A CDC report revealed that 65.2% of American adults do not get enough sleep of at least 7 hours long prompting the health agency to declare inadequate sleep as a public health concern.
According to a new study, people that are sleep-deprived are five times likelier to sign false confessions. This research adds to the growing psychological study that claims how our memories become less reliable when sleep deprived.
People who are sleep deprived as well as tend to show low intelligence are more likely to confirm false confessions, say researchers.
A new study found a link between sleep problems and social media use.
People working for long hours during weekdays tend to spike their insulin levels, but sleeping for long during weekends could help them to get back to normalcy.
Your phones and other electronic devices accompanying you while you are dozing is probably one of the most agreed reasons for sleep impediment.
When your sleep is interrupted, it is much likely to affect your mood and general well being than less sleep says a recent study
Even though a lot of people attribute memory problems to aging, getting older is not always the cause.
Medical tests are more accurate during certain times of the day, according to a new study.
A new study found a correlation between napping and risk of death.
Researchers reported that certain asthma medications could increase one's risk of sleep apnea.
It might be hump day, but most employees feel like it's slump day. New research reveals that employees are most likely to fall asleep at their desks on Wednesdays.
Daylight savings will happen 2 a.m. this Sunday, which means that Americans will get an extra hour to do whatever they want this weekend. While an extra hour is great for most people, experts warn that time changes can disrupt the body's circadian rhythm.
Not getting enough sleep may impact the inflammatory responses in your body according to a new study.
Texting may increase the risk of sleep problems among college students, according to a new study.