We spoke to a behavioral sleep medicine expert to learn what happens to your body when you burn the midnight oil … and then some.
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.
For many, melatonin has become an important supplement to help regulate sleep cycles. But can your body become dependent on it in an unhealthy way? Find out from a sleep specialist.
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.
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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.
Babies and toddlers may seem extra energetic when they’re actually tired. And children and teens who are lacking sleep can have trouble concentrating in school. Learn how you can help them get the rest they need.
Getting enough sleep is important for kids of all ages. A pediatric sleep specialist shares recommended sleep hours for newborns through teens.
Another viral trend would have you believing that mouth taping helps with snoring, bad breath and allergies. But the lack of scientific evidence suggests otherwise.
Have you ever wondered what dreams are and why some seem so weird? A behavioral sleep medicine doctor discusses what experts do — and don’t — know about dreams.
More and more parents are turning to melatonin supplements to help their kids sleep, but finding the right dose is important. Our pediatric experts discuss melatonin use for kids.