More than half of cancer patients experience insomnia. Here are ways to fight sleep disturbances.
Your Genes May Influence Insomnia Risk
Can’t sleep? You’re definitely not alone. Check back here for the latest tips to treat your insomnia; stories from others who have lived through it; and ideas for how to function at home and at work despite your lack of sleep.
The very things that many insomniacs do to improve their sleep can actually harm their sleep.
A single group-based session of behavioral therapy may be effective for some insomnia patients.
Although sleep complaints are a common symptom of irritable bowel syndrome, researchers have often struggled to confirm them.
New guidelines for treating insomnia recommend a type of psychotherapy called cognitive behavioral therapy for insomnia before considering medication.
If you suffer from insomnia, you might have heard that the supplement melatonin is an effective way to get some sleep. But does it send you off to dreamland as promised?
Older adults are at higher risk for sleep deficiency—tending toward fewer sleeping hours and a different sleep-cycle pattern. Here’s what can happen when you don’t get enough.
Not getting enough sleep—generally six hours or less a night—has also been linked to a reduced quality of life and health complications such as cardiovascular disease.
Try to stay away from the following stimulants, which can contribute to poor-quality sleep.
Those who end their days with a nightcap can instead use this technique for better sleep.