Learn about sleep disorders such as insomnia, narcoplepsy, and restless leg syndrome, including prevention tips, triggers to avoid, and drug information to help cure sleep problems.
A new study found that women with sleep apnea may be more likely to develop cancer.
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Dr. Lila Nachtigall talks to HealthCentral about hot flashes and night sweats affect your health — and what you can do about it.
Can't sleep? New research found that your gut microbiome has way more to do with the quality of your snooze fests than you might think.
Respect your circadian rhythm is among Julie A. Fast’s tips for improving sleep when you're bipolar. Find out her other practical suggestions to help with sleep.
Night sweats and hot flashes keeping you awake? These suggestions can help.
A new study found that people with depression that doesn’t respond to therapy and medication should be screened for this sleep disorder. Here’s what you should know.
For people who are overweight or obese, losing even a little weight can improve your life—and your health—in some unexpected ways. The bonus? Those non-scale victories can help keep you motivated too.
A lot. Problems like snoring and sleep apnea can make it more difficult to lose weight. Find out what’s behind the connection—and what you can do to get the rest you need.
If you’re one of the 70 million Americans who struggles to get a good night’s sleep, these new high-tech PJs could be the solution.
Did you know head and neck cancer symptoms and treatments can cause issues with your sleep? Here’s what you should know.
Middle-aged and older women who naturally go to bed and get up early (early birds) are considerably less likely to be depressed, according to a new observational study.
If you're struggling with obesity, improving your sleep could help reduce your sugar consumption and promote a healthy weight.
Results of a new study suggest that sleeping fewer than six hours a night or more 10 hours a night increases your risk for metabolic syndrome that increase your risk for heart disease, stroke, and diabetes.