Being a pessimist or an optimist may affect your sleep
Chronic insomnia is linked to an increased risk of developing hypertension, Type 2 diabetes, heart attack, depression, anxiety and premature death.
Have trouble sleeping? ‘Blue light’ from devices may be to blame. This light doesn't necessarily appear blue to they eye; rather, it's part of any bright white light. Click here to read more...
Researchers found that sleeping with a TV or light on in the room was associated with gaining 11 lbs or more, a BMI increase of at least 10%, and a higher risk of being overweight or obese, compared with being exposed to no artificial light.
Preschoolers who watch TV before bed sleep 30 minutes less than those who don't.
Wake up, people: You're fooling yourself about sleep, study says
Study: After Watching Disturbing Video, CPAP Usage Soars
Nappuccinos To More Weekend Z's: Strategize To Catch Up On Lost Sleep
Sleep Apnea May Stop You From Forming New Life Memories. New research suggests that obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) may impair a person's ability to form meaningful memories about their personal life. Such dysfunction may, in turn, be a sign of depression, caution the researchers.
Experts say that most patients who undergo 4-8 sessions of cognitive behavioral therapy for insomnia experience a significant reduction in their symptoms.
Rocking participants also spent more time in still, dreamless (non-rapid eye movement) sleep.
Sleep is essential for a healthy heart. If you get less than 6 hours of sleep nightly, you may be putting your heart at risk. Click here to read more about a recent study that indicates that people who don't get enough sleep are more likely to develop heart disease than...