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The very things that many insomniacs do to improve their sleep can actually harm their sleep.
Don’t hit snooze just yet. New research reveals that long naps may be hurting your heart health.
Clete Kkushida, MD, PhD, is division chief and medical director of Stanford Sleep Medicine in Palo Alto, California.
Frank communication is often the ticket to ﬁnding sleep solutions that work for you.
John Holcomb has had insomnia his entire life. Here's how he and his family manage when he can’t sleep.
If sleep is fleeting—especially if you’re a woman—you may be more likely to adopt heart-harming eating habits, according to new research. Here’s the 411.
There's still time: Grab one of these feel-good books and hit the hammock!
A college professor reveals her tips for better sleep.
There are more ways to tackle insomnia than you might think.
These are the worst—and best—things to say to someone with insomnia.
Meir Kryger, M.D., is a professor of medicine at the Yale School of Medicine, and author of The Mystery of Sleep: Why a Good Night’s Rest Is Vital to a Better, Healthier Life.