Try this 5-move yoga routine to relax your body and mind before sleep. The best part? Each pose can be done in bed!
It's normal for your appetite to be out of whack when you're sleep-deprived. Here's what to eat to keep going without resorting to that 3pm frappucino.
Insomnia? Getting out of bed might help you finally fall asleep.
Professional athletes should probably be sleeping the best of all of us—after all, they're basically getting paid to be healthy. So why does a new study show that they have more sleep problems?
A new study explains the "first-night effect" and what it means for your sleep pattern in a new place.
The practice can help you fall asleep faster and stay asleep longer by dimming the body and brain.
And how you can get on track for a more restful night.
Consistently missing out on quality shut-eye?
Think you have some sleep apnea symptoms? Know this: Sleep apnea is a sleeping-related breathing disorder—the upper airway actually collapses as you breathe in and out.
Go from post-workout pump to sleep status with the playlist that's scientifically proven to get you there.
Forget the age-old eight-hours-a-night rec. Here's how to determine the optimal amount of sleep your body needs—down to the exact minute.
If you really want to sleep better, you need to do more than just relax before bed. Find out how to sleep better at night, starting from the very moment you wake up.
You toss. You turn. You curse at the clock at 2 a.m. Here's how to win at sleep—without having to hit up the heavy-duty drug aisle at your pharmacy.
Ah, sleep. Everyone needs it, but who has the time when there's work to catch up on, friends to socialize with, sweat sessions to rock and a full DVR to plow through?
A study by the Institute of Medicine found that a whopping 50–70 million U.S. adults suffer from sleep or wakefulness disorders.
When you're short on shut-eye, everything suffers. Your workout. Your diet. Your poor significant other. But the morning after doesn't have to suck. Here, five ways to counteract the zombie effect.
You've heard it plenty of times: There are a lot of devices out there that can hinder your sleep health.
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