Here are the pros and cons of the most common sleep positions.
Is chronic pain keeping you up at night? Natalie Dautovich from the National Sleep Foundation explains chronic pain and sleep
Sleepy brains do not make the best decisions. Here's how sleep affects your brain function.
A healthy heart and a good night's sleep go hand in hand. The National Sleep Foundation explains how heart health and sleep are closely related.
How much sleep do you need? Lauren Hale from the National Sleep Foundation reviews the importance of sleep and how much you need at every age
One of the most common sleep disorders is called Insomnia. Here are some common symptoms of insomnia and those who have problems sleeping.
Here are some expert tips for sleep training and maintaining steady sleep schedules for your children to improve their sleep quality every night.
Lauren Hale from the National Sleep Foundation gives some expert sleep tips for shift workers to make sure you get the rest you need.
There’s a reciprocal relationship between the two.
It is important that your bedroom is relaxing when you go to sleep. Here are some bedroom ideas to create a space that will help you sleep easier.
How do you know if you should start taking a sleep aid or supplement like Melatonin? Here are the basics on sleep medication and when to use it.
There are a few simple things you can do to minimize the effects of jet lag - here are six simple tips to do just that.
Is your daily nap actually doing you any favors?
Barefoot ain’t best, at least according to science.
Here’s why Europeans started sewing socks on their PJs.
Could this little tweak end your nighttime rumbles?
Lacking shut-eye? These bad habits could be why.
Lack of Zzzs affects more than you realize.
Mom always said a glass of warm milk helps you fall asleep.
That 6 a.m. alarm doesn’t have to feel like torture.
That construction site is no match for a noise machine.
There’s a reason you should keep your power naps to about 20 minutes long.
Experts recommend changing your pillow every two years for more restful sleep. An ideal pillow will support your head and neck in the same neutral pos
It is great to squeeze in a workout every day but what about right before bedtime? While it does create increased blood flow and raise core body tempe
Even your shower temp could play a role.
Laughter therapy is a thing. Here’s what it can do.
Put. Down. The. iPhone.
Positive psychology and wellness coach Kayleigh Pleas explains the benefits of training your mind and leads a guided meditation.
Here’s how to not let jet lag symptoms ruin your vacay.
Think your dreams are crazy? Chances are they’re more normal than you think.
Misconceptions about sleep could rob you of a good night’s rest.
It’s nice and cozy until someone steals the covers.
Learn which foods may help you sleep better—and which to avoid.
Whether you sleep on your back or your side, this episode offers tips for how to pick out the mattress that’s perfect for you.
This episode gives tips and options for napping like a pro, even when you’re at the office!
How many hours of sleep you need each night based on your age.
Relaxing the body might be just what you need to put a stop to insomnia.
For starters, use your bed for sleep and sex only.
How to know if your sleepless nights could mean something more.
Severe snoring can be a sign of a serious disorder called sleep apnea. Dr. Snyderman explains that there are three types of apnea, obstructive apnea
Although sleep apnea is very common, most people do not know they have it. In this video, Dr. Snyderman explains the signs, symptoms and risk factors
If you think you may have sleep apnea, ask yourself the following questions: Does your snoring awaken you at night? Do you have a dry mouth, sore thro
If you are diagnosed with mild sleep apnea there are steps you can take now to help fight off the condition. In this video, Dr. Snyderman discusses
In this video, Richard shares his personal story recounting his poor sleep history. He then talks about the steps he took to discover he had slee
In this video, Richard shares his personal story of living with sleep apnea. He shows his CPAP machine and demonstrates how it helps keep him asleep a
Over 6 million Americans work non-traditional hours, also know as the night shift. The sleep/wake cycle is controlled by a section of the brain called
Treatments for shift work sleep disorder include light therapy and prescription medications. In this video, Dr. Paul Knoepflmacher explains the d
One of the most important ways to prevent shift work sleep disorder is to practice good sleep hygiene. This includes developing a consistent bedtime r
While Restless Legs Syndrome (RLS) may sound like an imagined condition, it is very real.
If you are suffering from RLS, don’t fight the urge to move your legs; it will only make things worse. Massage your legs and be sure to avoid caffeine
In this video, Michelle describes her life with Restless Legs Syndrome.
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