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Woman waking up in bed with a migraine.
Risk Factors

Specific Ways Migraines Affect Your Sleep

A 2017 study found that almost half of individuals with Migraine experienced poor sleep quality.

White noise machine by bed, 'pink noise' may be better
Alternative Treatment

How 'Pink Noise' Can Improve Sleep and Memory

What’s the difference between “white” and “pink” noise? (And why should we care?)

Risk Factors

Sleep Apnea's Effects on Erectile Dysfunction

A 2015 study found that sleep apnea also poses a significant risk for erectile dysfunction (ED).

Family unpacking boxes while moving into a new house.
Travel

Can Moving to America Harm Your Sleep?

A 2017 study suggests that one’s birthplace and culture can influence the quality of sleep.

Young woman rubbing eyes in bed.
Dry Eye

Sleep Quality Linked to Dry Eye Disease

A 2016 study suggests that dry eye disease is linked to poor sleep quality. Here’s why.

Teen boy sleeping.
Parenting

Could Sleep Education Improve Sleep and Health in Teenagers?

Long-term sleep education classes may be able to reverse detrimental habits learned by teens in the home environment that are affecting sleep.

Woman performing pilates.
Alternative Treatment

The Pilates Exercises That Improve Sleep

Whether you’re a beginner or an expert, this stretching and strengthening workout can help you get the rest you need.

Pregnant woman sleeping on her back image.
Risk Factors

Your Sleep Position May Influence Stillbirth Risk

Research suggests that sleeping on your back can significantly increase stillbirth risk from the third trimester onwards.

A woman sleeping in over the weekend.
Lifestyle

A Weekend Lie-in May Help You Lose Weight

If you feel sleep deprived during the week, catching up on sleep over the weekends may help counteract obesity risks.

Woman sleeping while partner watches television image.
Risk Factors

Women's Sleep Disordered Breathing Underdiagnosed?

Women are far less likely than men to be diagnosed, even when suffering similar symptoms as men.