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3 Easy Steps to Overcome Trouble Sleeping and Other Symptoms

Trouble sleeping? Tired of being tired? Here are 3 steps to help you listen to your symptoms to calm your mind and heal your body so that you can sleep

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When Sleep Improves so Does Anxiety, Depression, and Paranoia

Study finds therapy designed to treat insomnia also reduced paranoia and hallucinations, and improved depression and anxiety in patients

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Sleep Quality Shown to Improve with Digital CBT

By Jack Barton. Screens are often blamed for damaging our sleep and mental health - but technology can be a force for good.

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Here's the Lowdown on Why We Dream

The science and secrets behind dreams and how they affect our sleep and waking moments.

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10 Great Morning and Night Practices to Help You Sleep

Experts give suggestions on how to start your morning, prepare for the day ahead, and wind down before you go to sleep.

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Another Study Shows Teens Do Better with Later Start Times

Researchers discovered that middle and high school students slept longer and were less likely to be too drowsy to finish their homework if their schools started later in the morning.

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You're Sleep Wake Cycle May Seem Challenging for a Reason

Circadian rhythm sleep-wake disorders refer to a group of conditions in which the timing of sleep is affected. Circadian rhythms are often referred to as the body’s internal clock or the biological clock. Individuals with a circadian rhythm sleep-wake d

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6-8 Hours is the Perfect Amount of Sleep. Here's Why

Just like Goldilocks in pursuit of the perfect bowl of porridge, logging six to eight hours of sleep each night is just right for heart health. Any more or less than that amount of time can potentially be detrimental to our hearts, new research shows.

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Research Shows That Late Night Snacks Disturb Sleep

We've all been there. That late night craving for some junk food sets in, even though it's way too late to be eating. Most of the time all it takes is a little bit of willpower to resist, but giving in to temptation from time to time happens to the best o

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Here are 21 Easy Things that Can Improve Your Sleep

These simple tweaks will help you fall asleep faster and get better quality sleep this year.

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Third Of Adults Still Sleep With 'Comfort Object' From Childhood, Survey Shows

Getting a good night's sleep is a just as much as challenge as it is a priority for many of us, which is why people often turn to various nighttime "rituals" before and after hitting the sack.

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Study: Roller-Coaster Sleeping Habits Weaken Focus, Creativity

A new study finds that staying up late on some nights and then binge sleeping on others can take a toll on one's focus and creativity levels.

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Survey: Average American Has 99 'Terrible' Nights Of Sleep Each Year - Study Finds

With as many as 70 million adults in the U.S. suffering from a sleep disorder, there's no question that a good night's rest is incredibly valuable to many. Just how valuable, you ask? According to one survey, the average American would pay $290 for a perf

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Mild Sleep Problems May Cause Elevated Blood Pressure in Women, Study Finds

Previous research has indicated that chronic sleep deprivation can cause cardiovascular problems, but a new study shows that, for women, even less worrisome sleeping issues may lead to higher blood pressure.

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Be More Productive At Work If You Get 7-8 Hours Of Sleep Every Night

Getting less sleep on a regular basis doesn’t necessarily mean you'll get more done with all that extra time on your hands. A recent study reveals that people who battle sleeping problems may actually be less productive on the job. 

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How a person sleeps is partially reflective of their personality, study finds

New research published in the European Journal of Personality has found that some personality traits are connected to how long and how well people sleep. ...

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Researchers Identify Sleep As A Key Reason Why Personality Traits Predict Longevity – Research Digest

By Christian Jarrett. People with certain personality characteristics are more likely to sleep too little, or too much, or to experience greater sleepiness during the day, and in turn this raises their risk of dying.

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Survey: Average American Has 99 'Terrible' Nights Of Sleep Each Year - Study Finds

With as many as 70 million adults in the U.S. suffering from a sleep disorder, there's no question that a good night's rest is incredibly valuable to many. Just how valuable, you ask? According to one survey, the average American would pay $290 for a perf

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Self-Soothing Techniques That Will Help Your Toddler Fall Asleep Right Away - Thrive Global

3-year-olds have inordinate amounts of energy and it’s hard to calm them down, but this system of self-soothing really works.

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17 Proven Tips to Sleep Better at Night

This article lists 17 evidence-based tips to sleep better at night. Getting good sleep is very important for optimal health.

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A Lack of Sleep Affects Not Just Your Health, But Your Attitude and Mood

Insufficient sleep clouds your perspective and challenges your ability to regulate your emotions. Here's what to do about it.

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The Struggle Is Real: Baby Sleep Problems Can Lead To Parental Depression

Most parents of newborns know the struggle that comes with getting babies to sleep through the night. Now a recent study shows baby sleep problems may actually lead to depression for some.

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Study: Babies Introduced To Solid Foods Earlier Sleep Longer, Wake Less Frequently At Night - Study Finds

If getting your infant to wake up less frequently overnight and log more hours of shuteye overall, then this research is for you. A new study finds that babies transitioned to solid food earlier sleep longer and woke less frequently overnight compared to

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Survey: Average American Has 99 'Terrible' Nights Of Sleep Each Year - Study Finds

With as many as 70 million adults in the U.S. suffering from a sleep disorder, there's no question that a good night's rest is incredibly valuable to many. Just how valuable, you ask? According to one survey, the average American would pay $290 for a perf

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6 Ways Sleep Boosts Your Brainpower: Memory, Mood, Creativity

You’ll see powerful effects on your mood, creativity, memory and more.

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Why You Can’t Think Straight When You’re Sleep Deprived | Psychology Today

It’s difficult to identify a cognitive skill that isn’t affected by sleep, and compromised by sleep deprivation.

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How Your Stomach Could Be Impacting Your Sleep | Psychology Today

We’ve learned a staggering amount about the microbiome and its relationship to sleep in recent years.

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How Your Sleep Can Impact Distraction Levels | Psychology Today

There are countless distractions challenging us in modern life. Your sleep habits can make it better—or worse.

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Sleep: A simple way to improve wellbeing

The Simple And Essential Way To Improve Your Wellbeing And Live A LONG Time

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Study: New Sleep Med May Prevent People From Snoozing Through Emergencies - Study Finds

Popping a sleeping pill to ensure sound shuteye may get you extra rest, but it also might prevent you from waking up in the event of an emergency

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Study: Women Who Are 'Early Birds' Are Less Likely To Develop Depression - Study Finds

Women who find themselves feeling blue may want to consider changing their bedtimes. A recent study found that middle-aged women who both go to bed and rise earlier are less likely to develop depression than others in the same demographic.

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Deep Sleep A Natural 'Fountain Of Youth' In Old Age, Study Says

A new study finds that seniors who don't get enough deep sleep are more likely to suffer from memory loss and life-threatening ailments like heart disease.

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Study: 7 In 10 Teens Don't Get Enough Sleep, Raising Risk For Drug Use, Suicidal Thoughts - Study Finds

According to sleep experts, teenagers need between eight and ten hours of sleep every night, but a new study finds that when they're not meeting that standard, they're more prone to risky behaviors.

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if you’re sensitive to alcohol, you’re probably sensitive to sleep deprivation too

By Julia Gottwald. It seems alcohol intoxication and sleep deprivation are more similar than we once thought.

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A Top Sleep Scientist Shares the Nighttime Routine She Swears By

Cheri Mah, MS, MD is one of the most sought after sleep scientists in the sports world, consulting with Olympians and a growing list of professional teams including the Golden State Warriors. Here, Dr. Mah, a Physician Scientist at the University of Calif

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Sleep Deprivation Makes Your Anxiety Peak

According to two new studies, a lack of sleep is associated with both increased anxiety and increased anger, both of which can also lead to further sleep deprivation, creating a cyclical problem.

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5 Steps to Wind Down and Fall Asleep - Mindful

How to stop tossing and turning and get some quality shut-eye.

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weird dreams actually make sense (according to neuroscience and psychology)

Think of it as your brain’s version of throwing spaghetti against the wall and seeing what sticks.

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Struggling in the Dark - Mindful

Lots of research tells us what the best habits are around sleep, but if we are trying too hard day and night, rest may not come easily.

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Sleep Trackers May Actually Make Your Sleep Worse, Study Finds

A new study finds that wearable sleep trackers, such as ones found in some smart watches, might actually make your sleep worse.

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'World's Largest Sleep Study' Finds 7 To 8 Hours A Night Is Best For Our Brain - Study Finds

Researchers behind what's touted as the "world's largest sleep study" say sleeping for seven to eight hours a night -- no more, no less -- will put you at the top of your game the following day.

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A new blood test may detect sleep deprivation

Sleeplessness can lead to a number of negative outcomes, from lost work to car crashes, but a new blood test may now be able to measure sleep deprivation.

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Study: Sleep-Deprived Drivers Up To 15 Times More Likely To Be Involved In Crash - Study Finds

A new study finds that drivers who slept for less than four hours were 15 times more likely to cause a crash, compared to drivers who slept seven to nine hours, the recommended level for adults.

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Sleep Quality Affects Children's Eating Habits, Linked To Obesity - Study Finds

Children who struggle to sleep soundly may battle eating issues and struggle to maintain a healthy weight over time, a recent study finds.

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Debunking Sleep Myths: Is the Only Symptom of Insomnia Having Trouble Falling Asleep? - National Sleep Foundation

The causes of insomnia are vast and varied. Check out what might be behind the sleepless nights at your house.

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Study: Sleeping Longer Can Lead To A Healthier Diet - Study Finds

In case you needed a reason to stay in bed more, a new study finds that sleeping longer may lead you to being a better eater.

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The Healthy And Wealthy Track Sleep Habits The Most In The U.S., Study Finds - Study Finds

NEW YORK — Looking to adopt the habits of the well-to-do? You may want to think about paying more attention to your sleep. People who use smartphone apps to track and monitor their sleep habits tend to be wealthier and report themselves as healthier tha

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Study: Sleeping Longer Can Lead To A Healthier Diet - Study Finds

In case you needed a reason to stay in bed more, a new study finds that sleeping longer may lead you to being a better eater.

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How to Stop Worrying and Fall Asleep Faster

New research says that mindfulness therapy, which focuses on helping people get over their anxieties about not falling asleep, may be an effective treatment for insomnia.

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A Lack of Sleep Triggers Viral Loneliness | Thrive Global

A recent study found a direct link between poor sleep and social isolation. Here's what the researchers want you to know about their findings.

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Sleep Quantity vs. Sleep Quality

Logging major hours of sleep each night but still feeling exhausted? You may need to focus on quality, not quantity.

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Fall Asleep Fast

Tired of tossing and turning? Follow these four easy strategies to help you fall asleep faster.

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Using an Alarm Clock, Alarmed in the A.M.

An alarm clock does just what its name suggests - it alarms us, every morning. That can't be healthy. Is there an alternative?

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Does "Sleep Hacking" Work? | Mark's Daily Apple

You can "hack" a lot of your health, diet, and lifestyle. You can cook the entire week's meals ahead of time, buy high-quality prepackaged foods and ready-to-cook meals, cover your nutritional bases with smart supplementation. You can condense y

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8 Hours Of Sleep An Easy Antidote For Depression, Anxiety

Not getting the recommended eight hours of sleep a night may do more than make someone groggy and unfocused. It may even lead to depression and anxiety, according to a new study.

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Study: Student Athletes Often Suffer Sleep Paralysis, Hallucinations In Bed - Study Finds

Despite the many health benefits associated with playing sports, a new study finds that student athletes are prone to sleep paralysis and dream-like hallucinations while waking up or falling asleep.

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6 Calming Affirmations to Say to Yourself the Next Time You Can't Sleep

To get a better night's rest, try using the mantras in Jennifer Williamson's new book, Sleep Affirmations: 200 Phrases for a Deep and Peaceful Sleep.

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Brain Changes Linked to Sleep Need - Sleep Review

We've all experienced going to bed tired and waking up refreshed, yet how that happens at the molecular level remains a mystery.

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The 11 Kinds of Insomnia - Health

Can't sleep? Here are 11 types of insomnia developed by the American Academy of Sleep Medicine.

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How to Shut Off Your Brain When You Can’t Sleep - Health

Racing thoughts at night could be a sign of anxiety or insomnia. Use these tricks to shut your brain off, stop the racing thoughts, and go to sleep

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What It’s Really Like to Fall Asleep When You Live With Anxiety

A woman with anxiety shares what it's like to fall asleep when she's experiencing intense anxiety at night.

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Eliminating Pain Is Key to Improving Sleep - Sleep Review

A board-certified internist and expert in pain and sleep explains 4 health domains for pain alleviation, as well as 7 common causes of pain (and how to get rid of each).

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Fibromyalgia and Sleep Disorders: Link Between Sleep Apnea, Insomnia and Restless Legs Syndrome

A Bel Marra Health report examines the connection between fibromyalgia and sleep disorders such as insomnia and restless legs syndrome.

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How to Address Fibromyalgia to Improve Sleep Disorder Treatments

A board-certified internist and expert in pain and sleep explains how to easily diagnose and treat fibromyalgia, including how and why it's so important to optimize sleep in these patients.

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Electric light, particularly at night, disrupts human circadian rhythmicity: is that a problem?

Over the past 3 billion years, an endogenous circadian rhythmicity has developed in almost all life forms in which daily oscillations in physiology occur. This allows for anticipation of sunrise and sunset. This physiological rhythmicity is kept at precis

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Insomnia: Sleep Tips Slideshow

Can't sleep? Start using the tips from this WebMD slideshow tonight to sleep better.

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Study: Weekend Sleep-Ins May Help You Live Longer

There was a 65% higher death rate for people who regularly slept less than 5 hours on all nights, compared with people who regularly slept 6 to 7 hours per night.

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How to sleep better and live longer - just by re-setting your body clock!

The field of circadian biology — the study of the human body clock — is radically changing the way we understand how the body and the mind function. Here's how it can help you.

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Is Sleep Apnea Affecting Your Daily Life?

Sleep apnea is typically associated with snoring, so it can be a surprise to learn that there are daytime symptoms too. Read on to learn how to I.D. the disorder.

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Caregivers: How to Carve Out More Time for Yourself—and for Sleep

Overseeing a loved one’s health is a rewarding but often exhausting experience. Learn how to make the job easier with these 3 sleep-better strategies.

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What Is Sleep Paralysis, and How Do You Stop It?

Sleep paralysis is more common than you probably think — but that doesn’t make it any less scary. Here’s what causes it, and how to stop it.

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How to end your day in a happy note

It is important to finish our day in a good way, we need to prepare ourselves for another happy day. Here are my suggestions on how to end a day in a happy way

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Why Do I Wake Up Feeling Like I Never Slept?

A new study helps explain why so many insomniacs feel like they never fell asleep: It’s possible to remain consciously aware while your brain (or parts of it, anyway) is in a sleep pattern.

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Arianna Huffington became successful after she started sleeping well

Arianna Huffington says believing this bad habit makes you successful is a "complete delusion."

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Why a lack of sleep makes us depressed

Lie awake and you could be playing havoc with your amygdala.

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How Getting Enough Sleep Every Night Can Help You Ward Off Diseases

Getting enough sleep each night plays a major role in how your body works. Find out how to reduce your risk for chronic disease with good old-fashioned shuteye.

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Why Do We Need to Sleep?

At a shiny new lab in Japan, an international team of scientists is trying to figure out what puts us under.

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What Is Sleep? Latest Research & Treatments

Need to know more about What Is Sleep?? Find expert research & treatment advice from the American Sleep Association - Official Site.

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Sleep Hallucinations - Research & Treatments

Need to know more about Sleep Hallucinations? Find expert research & treatment advice from the American Sleep Association - Official Site.

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What Snoring Is & How To Stop Snoring

Need to know more about snoring? Find expert research & treatment advice from the American Sleep Association - Official Site.

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Insomnia and Heart Disease

Over the past decade increasing evidence has emerged indicating that insomnia, especially when it occurs in a setting of short sleep, is related to heart disease.

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The Importance of Sleep for Young Athletes Who Travel

Not only can a healthy sleep schedule boost performance during a game, but it could also protect kids from getting injured.

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Depression and Sleep

Does your depression affect your ability to sleep? Don't worry, there are things you can do to sleep better with depression.

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Why Am I Sleepy After Eating Lunch? A Role of Afternoon Circadian Dips

Why do most people become sleepy after eating lunch? Learn about the link to your circadian rhythm and a few ways to counteract this desire to sleep.

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Sleep Statistics - Research & Treatments

Need to know more about Sleep Statistics? Find expert research & treatment advice from the American Sleep Association - Official Site.

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Calming Rituals to Help You Fall Asleep

Tips for help to fall asleep fast by using calming rituals like yoga, deep breathing, meditation, and other relaxation methods.

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Not a Morning Person? Learn How to Wake and Get Up Early

What are the best ways to wake and get up early? Discover simple solutions to make mornings easier, including alarms, morning sunlight, and caffeine.

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We’re in a ‘Dream Deprivation’ Epidemic

A new paper argues that a lack of dream sleep is a widespread public-health problem, one with dire implications for waking life.

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Vicious Cycle of Insomnia and Sleeping Pills

Talking to Matthew Walker, a sleep scientist and the author of the new book Why We Sleep, about sleeping pills and CBT-I.

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Sleep Deprivation Messes With The Brain's Emotional Response

Lack of sleep throws the brain regions associated with emotion off balance, finds a new study.

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Nobel Prize in medicine: US body clock scientists win

Three US scientists have landed the Nobel Prize for Medicine for their discoveries explaining the inner workings of our biological clock.

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New: how sleep helps the brain to reorganize itself

A study has given new insights into how sleep contributes to brain plasticity -- the ability for our brain to change and reorganise itself -- and could pave the way for new ways to help people with learning and memory disorders.

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Treating Insomnia Could Help With Anxiety and Depression

In a study of 3,700 people, cognitive behavioral therapy helped lift insomnia—and other mental health conditions.

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Jet Lagged? Here's What to Do About It

Planning an end-of-summer trip? Here's how to protect yourself from jet lag!

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The SMC Ultimate Guide To Staying Cool During Hot Nights

Fed up of losing sleep due to hot nights? Here's the ultimate guide to staying cool overnight, featuring our resource post and infographic.

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How To Sleep Better During Allergy Season

If hay fever is keeping you awake at night during allergy season, try these techniques to help you sleep better.

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7 Sleep Mistakes You Don't Know You're Making

22% of people complain they have trouble sleeping, but are they working to fix that? Here are 7 solutions to the sleep mistakes you don't know you're making

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5 Ways To Combat Sleep Deprivation

A good night’s sleep boosts brain power, helps build muscle, burns excess fat, and sets you up for the day ahead. It is, quite simply, one of the most im...

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Mastering Sleep Positions for Better Health

Many factors that facilitate restful sleep, including room environment, mattress and pillow, but sleep positions are key for better sleep and health.

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Sleep Disorders May Impact Men and Women Differently

Not all sleep disorders are created equally, apparently: A new study published in the Journal of Clinical Sleep Medicine suggests men and women are affected differently by sleep-related issues like…

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Should You Take Melatonin for Insomnia?

Insomnia is such a prevalent medical condition in this day and ag

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Which Came First, Sleep Problems or Anxiety?

There's a strong link between anxiety and depression, and sleep problems, and it goes both ways.

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A Brief Guide on How to Sleep Better Every Night

Want to learn how to sleep better? Look no further. This guide walks you through everything you need to know to learn how to sleep better every night.

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A Brief Guide on How to Sleep Better Every Night

Want to learn how to sleep better? Look no further. This guide walks you through everything you need to know to learn how to sleep better every night.

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Portions of the brain fall asleep and wake back up all the time

New research finds that small regions of the brain cycle in and out of sleep, even when awake.

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Scientists Can Now Tell If Someone Is Dreaming from Their Brain Waves

People who are in a deep slumber may not be able to say whether they're dreaming, but their brain waves may reveal it.

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How to wake up earlier—with minimal misery

Five simple steps to help you rise and grind, even if you're not a morning person.

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9 Ways To Bounce Back The Day After A Crappy Night's Sleep

Really, the most important thing is that next night — it’s what will keep one bad day from becoming a pattern of sleeplessness.

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Sleeping Through the Night Is a Relatively New Invention

Shorter chunks of shut-eye used to be more normal than one long, uninterrupted snooze.

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#Stress Getting in the Way of Sleep? New Research Might Have the Answer

New research finds an easy way that can help to protect against stress and restore healthy sleep patterns after a stressful event.

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To Sleep, Perhaps to Learn

Odds are the kids in your life are not getting enough sleep. Scientists now know that sleep is needed for "smart forgetting."

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What you can do to boost your immune system

New research finds that cutting your sleep hours can create a depressed immune system.

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15 Sneaky Reasons You’re Always Tired

Constant fatigue is a very uncomfortable, but very common, physical state. YouGov’s latest research shows that a significant number of Americans don’t fe...

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Adopting These Tough Morning Routines Will Make You Exceptionally Successful

Your morning projects the vibe of the rest of your day, and that is something that the ultra-successful live by day-to-day. While the rest of the world i...

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Sleep Disturbances Have Many Causes

Is chronic insomnia wearing you down? Learning about different kinds of sleep problems and their causes may help you find a more effective treatment.

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A Weekend Of Camping Can Cure You Sleep Woes

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What a Good Night’s Sleep Looks Like, By the Numbers

A new report from the National Sleep Foundation outlines four criteria for measuring sleep quality.

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How to Fall Asleep Faster

A few simple sleep hacks to help you minimize the time between going to bed and getting to bed.

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Even When You're Awake, Parts Of Your Brain Fall In And Out Of Sleep

Tiny clusters of neurons continually cycle in and out of "offline" mode, new research finds.