Sleep Study

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome Is Finally Getting the Attention It Needs

Turns Out Interrupted Sleep Is the Worst for Your Mood

Are Kids’ Bedtimes Obsolete or Should They Be the Law?

Whether you are a parent of a newborn or a teenager, chances are that at some point you have wrestled with the surprisingly controversial topic of your child’s bedtime. While playing the enforcer can be somewhat difficult—especially as your child transitions into an adolescent and tries to fight...

Our Ancestors Didn’t Clock 8 Hours of Sleep—and They Were Healthier

For Teens, Late Night Bedtime May Equal Weight Gain

How to Fall Asleep in 1 Minute

The National Institutes of Health reports that people who get consistent, high-quality sleep are known to enjoy better overall health, moods and professional prosperity. But the Better Sleep Council states that a staggering 48 percent of Americans are sleep-deprived, with more women than men...

A Better Sleep for a Better Sex Life

Treating Sleep Disorders Can Help Prevent PTSD Says Science

Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) affects nearly 8% of the country’s population at any given time. That’s about 24.4 million people in the USA. It’s more prevalent in women, with one out of every nine developing the condition, but it can affect anyone especially those who are enlisted in the...

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