Want to ace that test tomorrow? Here's a tip: Put down the coffee and get some sleep. Your memory will thank you.
Sleep researchers say that kids get better, more age-appropriate rest when there are household rules and regular sleep-wake routines.
A new study found that sweet and salty snacks are no match for a tired mind. In fact, sleep loss can lead to something a lot like marijuana munchies.
One more benefit of dieting: Sleep improves after weight loss. Obese adults who lost 5% or more of their body weight reported sleeping better and longer.
The problems caused by interrupted sleep can be worse than insomnia. Here are some things that might help you sleep more soundly.
What time you go to bed, and how long you sleep at a time, might actually make a difference in how much you worry.
Here's how one person learned how to wake up early, and how he made that habit a permanent one.
Melatonin could provide more and better quality sleep in a noisy and illuminated environment, compared to using an eye mask and earplugs.
Wrinkles, bags and crow’s feet don’t stand a chance against an adequate sleep and day-to-day skincare.
If you've had a sleepless night, a nap can do more than just make you feel a little less tired - it might actually restore health.
Want to be happier and more productive? It all starts with getting plenty of shut-eye. Here are some tips to help you get more sleep!
Sleep, or lack thereof, and technology often go hand in hand when it comes to school-aged kids. Is the smartphone or iPad keeping your kids up at night?
Postpartum women are urged to be cautious about returning to work too quickly, after a study found many new moms still tired four months after giving birth.
Did you know that exercise is key to good sleep? For the millions of people who want better sleep, exercise may help them get better rest every night.
To fit everything in, we often sacrifice sleep - but that affects mental and physical health. It’s vital to your well-being. Here's why you need good sleep.
There is compelling evidence that children who consistently received less than the recommended hours of sleep had increases in obesity at age 7.
Getting enough quality sleep at the right times can help protect your mental health, physical health, quality of life, and safety.
Research shows that a number of vital tasks carried out during sleep help people stay healthy and function at their best. Here are 10 sleep myths, and the truths behind them.
Study is the first to show that suicidal thoughts can be reduced by a therapeutic intervention that targets sleep problems