Quitting tobacco helps improve sleep, a new study suggests.
Taking care of a newborn is exhausting. A new survey reveals that parents lose more than six weeks worth of sleep in the first year of caring for a baby.
Researchers reported that the faces of people who used CPAP therapy for their obstructive sleep apnea appeared more youthful, attractive and alert.
In the first global sleeping survey of its kind, researchers found that sleeping rituals vary greatly throughout the world.
Researchers found that African American workers are more likely to sleep less than white American workers are.
One in three of us regularly have dreams about being caught naked in public, according to a new survey.
Not getting enough sleep makes people look ugly, depressed and sickly, according to new research.
A bad night's sleep may make people buy more unhealthy foods the next day, according to new research.
Sleep boosts brain repair, according to a new study. New research reveals that getting your zzz's increases the reproduction of the cells that go on to form myelin, the insulating material on nerve cell projections in the brain and spinal cord.
Researchers characterized the face of sleep deprivation as one with droopy eyelids, more lines and wrinkles and darker circles.
Insomniacs often have troubles with concentration. While previous studies were unable to find the cause, new brain imaging research may help explain why people with insomnia often struggle to pay attention during the day.
Scientists from Oxford University identified a gene that could help prevent jetlag.http://www.cell.com/issue?pii=S0092-8674(13)X0018-2
If you're looking for something sexy to wear to bed, put on a pair of pajamas.
Pain affects both sufferers and spouses, according to new research.
Hitting the gym may not end your sleep troubles. While insomniacs are often told that exercise will them sleep, new research reveals that spending 45 minutes on the treadmill one day won't mean you'll be sleeping better that night.
Researchers from the University of Sheffield School of Health and Related Research (ScHARR) are today making a series of recommendations for NHS mental health trusts to change the way they collect and use patient feedback to improve the quality of care for inpatients.