Believe it or not, sleepwalking is associated with a number of daytime health problems, including chronic pain, migraines and headaches, according to a study published this month in the journal Sleep.
Sabphoto / Fotolia, September 29, 2015
The immune system "remembers" an encounter with a bacteria or virus by collecting fragments from the bug to create memory T cells
Yasmine Ali, MD, October 20, 2015
It turns out that the age-old advice to get a good night’s sleep may have more to it in terms of health benefits than ever imagined.
"No matter how hard you train, if you don't sleep enough, you will lose."
Lindsay Holmes, 10/29/2015
Daylight saving time, the practice that throws our sleep schedules all out of whack, ends Sunday, November 1 at 2 a.m. The clocks will "fall back" one hour.
Lindsay Holmes, 10/30/2015
Here's a bedtime story for you: A few centuries ago, a revolutionary man named Benjamin Franklin proposed a plan to get more people to enjoy the sunlight and save money on candles by changing the clocks, given that a dark sky seemed to take over
Kenny Kline, 10/25/2015
Americans have a sleep problem, and that means we have a work problem.
Lisa Rapaport, Oct 22, 2015
People who get less than six hours of sleep a night may be more likely to have risk factors that increase their odds of diabetes, heart disease and strokes, a Korean study suggests.
JJ Virgin, 2015
You're likely familiar with the consequences of a terrible night's sleep. You're cranky, feeling awful, and coasting on mammoth cups of coffee along with some high-sugar impact dessert masquerading as breakfast.
Huffington Post, 10/15/2015
If the amount of caffeine you need to wake up in the morning is approximately "all of it," you're not getting the quality, restorative sleep that seems to belong exclusively to babies and dead people.