Studies show a link between children's sleeping patterns and parental depression.
We're not entirely sure why sleep is essential, but circadian neuroscientist Russell Foster has some ideas.
A recent study shows relationship between dementia and the need for longer sleep but does not prove cause and effect.
Bathing in hot springs are sometimes associated with relaxing or leisure time. But hot spring waters are also have surprising benefits to one’s health.
Getting sleep when you have things on your mind can be difficult. Clinical sleep experts suggest these steps to snooze.
Naptimes affect how children learn.
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.
A new study shows that lack of sleep could weaken the immune system. It is also said that for the immune system to be at its best condition, sleeping seven or more hours is recommended.
Older adults may experience declines in memory and cognitive thinking. A new study says taking a one hour nap after lunch could boost brain power in seniors.
In this year's CES, a sleep technology marketplace debuted. One of the featured products is Sleep Number 360 smart bed.
It is common knowledge that spouses with partners who are loud snorers often get their sleep disrupted almost every night. Sleeping through a partner's loud snoring is possible with the use of proper bedtime routines and even technology tools to achieve that deep and restful slumber.
At some point, everyone needs to get some sleep though some have opted to sacrifice some nap time to be more productive or maximize their time.
A new study by researchers from Stanford University reveals that exposure to flashing light at night while asleep may help people fight jet lag.
Scientists have found 13 sleep and activity measures closely linked with bipolar disorder.
Research examined whether exercise is better for health, or does sleep benefit more.
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.