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Health problems associated with sleep deprivation are well-documented in medical research. Now, a new study suggests that even minor sleep problems – like difficulty falling asleep – can raise blood pressure in women.
Norman’s bouts with sleep apnea seemed to worsen when he was drinking. His snoring grew worse. He’d awaken frequently, gasping for breath.
If you're struggling with obesity, improving your sleep could help reduce your sugar consumption and promote a healthy weight.
Poor sleep not only increases your type 2 diabetes risk, but also having type 2 diabetes can contribute to your sleep problems. Here's what you can do about it.
Striving for a healthy weight appears to be the best option to reduce the risk of developing RLS.
Some studies suggest that CPAP treatment may reduce the risk of cancer and death from cancer.
This study suggests that soda, chocolate, and energy drinks could be major culprits if your kids aren't getting enough sleep.
Psoriasis and sleep apnea share a common link — inflammation. Does this mean these two conditions are connected?
There’s limited data about the joint effects of sleep duration and sleep quality on heart health. Here’s what we know about the importance of sleep for your heart.
A 2017 study suggests that simply being on-call can lead to poor sleep quality.