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.
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Studies show that insomnia can double the risk of developing depression, but a good social support system can decrease that risk.
After heart surgery, you may have trouble sleeping, but you don’t neccesarily need medication to get the sleep you need.
Most genes that regulate important biological processes, including the immune system and metabolism, are unable to adapt to new patterns of sleeping and eating, and remain tuned to their normal daytime biological clock rhythms.
If you have trouble sleeping and want to get a full night’s sleep, it makes sense to at least spend eight or more hours in bed, even if you’re not sleeping, right? Wrong!
A study conducted by researchers at Brigham and Women’s Hospital in Boston sheds new light on the effects of night-time light exposure and your internal body clock.
A recent study on treatment involves a rather controversial medicinal agent: Dronabinol.
Could your troubles with getting a good night’s sleep also be linked to your troubles conceiving?
An underactive or overactive thyroid is associated with a variety of sleep-related symptoms. A look at some of the ways that hypothyroidism and hyperthyroidism can affect your sleep, and some solutions to help ensure a good night’s rest, every night.