From bathroom breaks to racing thoughts, waking up at 3 a.m. can stem from a lot of things. While it’s usually harmless, consistent late-night awakenings may be a sign of something more serious.
It’s time to switch to a toddler bed if your child has outgrown their crib or is climbing out. Find out more signs your toddler is ready for a bed, and advice for how to keep them safe in one as they find new independence.
We do it every day, after all. Learn how walking can benefit your health by improving your heart, helping you lose weight and reducing your stress.
Does it feel like whenever you close your eyes to get some sleep, there’s a movie playing on repeat in your head without your permission? Racing thoughts are a common issue many people have. Learn how you can tame your mind for better sleep.
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Ever woken up to your child yelling and staring blankly, not really awake? Chances are, that’s a night terror. Learn how night terrors differ from nightmares, and how you can help your child get a good night’s sleep.
Having trouble sleeping? A sleep study can help doctors figure out if something serious is going on with your health. A sleep medicine specialist shares what to expect.
Running on fumes by the end of your day? A sleep medicine specialist explains why your health depends on reprioritizing a good night’s sleep.