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A therapist's holistic approach turned things around for Kyle Elliot.
Pain can make it difficult to sleep, but does a lack of sleep also affect pain levels? A study published in the Journal of Neuroscience suggests it does.
Some sleeping pills can impair your ability to wake up in response to a threatening situation, such as the smell of smoke or the sound of a fire alarm.
No much how much fame or fortune you have, insomnia can strike you, too. Just ask George Clooney.
The more exposure older adults had to artificial outdoor light at night — even from inside their homes — the worse their insomnia became.
Poor sleep and back pain pretty much go hand-in-hand. Try these 12 tips to ease your pain so you can get a better night's sleep.
Research shows that stressful situations such as the loss of a loved one can lead to chronic inflammation and result in serious adverse effects on health.
You only know what it's really like if you’ve been there, and while your words of encouragement are thoughtful, telling me to "lay off the coffee" is not really the issue.
If you’re over the age of 40, your natural melatonin has slowed production. So why not turn to a melatonin supplement as a replacement? Well, for starters, there’s little evidence that shows its worth as a sleep aid.
Digital cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) programs can cut symptoms of insomnia and boost health in people with the sleep disorder, say researchers.