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.
There’s a scientific reason for those vivid pandemic-themed dreams that have been keeping you up at night.
This sleep disorder comes with overwhelming drowsiness—but getting active may help improve your symptoms.
Yep, your diet can make a difference in your symptoms. Here’s what to eat to (and what to avoid) when you have narcolepsy.
Insomnia is common after heart procedures. Learn why sleep can be so elusive post-op—and what you can do to get some rest.
Check to see if any supplements you’re using come with a hidden side effect of insomnia.
Pairing insomnia with anxiety can have harmful effects on your relationship and sex life.
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People spend anywhere from 3 to over 8 hours looking at the screens of various electronic devices, which produce blue light and disrupt sleep. Here’s how to combat this.
Most of us will experience short-term sleep problems at some point in our lives. This is normal. So if you’ve only been having trouble sleeping for a few nights or a couple of weeks, you shouldn’t be thinking about sleeping pills just yet. Elusive sl...
It goes without saying that if you suffer with asthma, you should probably not be smoking. Not only can smoking worsen asthma symptoms, it can also affect your sleep. The link between anxiety, insomnia, asthma and smoking A Norwegian study looked at ...