According to a recent study published in Sleep, “social jet lag” is negatively affecting our health.
A recent study on insomnia reveals that the sleep issue is linked with possible acquiring of stroke and heart diseases.
Getting sleep when you have things on your mind can be difficult. Clinical sleep experts suggest these steps to snooze.
Sleep problem does not only mean insomnia. Too much sleep can also be bad for one’s health.
Asthma affects millions of both adults and children in the United States. Approximately 1 in 10 children and 1 in 12 adults have insomnia according to a survey from the American Academy of Allergy Asthma & Immunology.
Many people have insomniac, thus preventing them to have a complete sleep. And The Good Sleep Guide author Sammy Margo revealed the foods we need to eat for a good night sleep.
Do late transition and postmenopausal women who suffer from hot flashes sleep better when doing yoga or aerobic exercise?
This is the first time genetic materials are linked to insomnia.
Aromatherapy and essential oils have been shown to help those who suffer from insomnia and difficulty sleeping.
For the ones who have a hard time sleeping or are plagued by Insomnia, the first thing that comes into mind is take sleeping pills to get some immediate shuteye. But as everyone perhaps has experienced, headed down this route could eventually induce some form of side effect.
People who are lacking of sleep are most likely to have an insomnia or people who are having a hard time to fall asleep. Studies show that having a good night’s sleep can help people improve their mental and physical health.
Adderall remains the most frequently misused ADHD medication.
A survey by CDC found that single parents are more likely to experience sleep deprivation and insomnia compared to two-parent families.
Scientists show that if your sleep is fitful and not continuous, then you become more grumpy and irritable than otherwise.
When your sleep is interrupted, it is much likely to affect your mood and general well being than less sleep says a recent study
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.