Trouble sleeping? Maybe you should write a to-do list. Creating a to-do list of things one might serve to “offload” anxiety about completing those tasks, and help you get to sleep.
Science & Health
Falling asleep behind the wheel is a serious issue that causes about 72,000 car accidents each year. Here are a few tips to help you stay awake on your way home for the holidays.
How does lack of sleep contribute to cancer? It may be that cancers grow when our circadian rhythms–the body’s natural sleep-wake cycle–are disrupted.
Alarms are startlingly effective at waking us up, but not always at getting us up. And the cons of using one may outweigh the pros. Is there a better solution to always getting up on time?
Sleep is essential. As important as food, hydration, and exercise, consistent and quality sleep is a pillar of a healthy life. Yet there is no single concrete answer on why we actually need sleep.
If you wake up with tingling sensations in various parts of your body or suffer from swollen legs or feet, it’s possible you’re not experiencing proper circulation.
Sinus issues bring their own mess of sleep problems. But fear not: you can start to stifle your sniffles with these tips.
If you find yourself sawing logs all night, keep in mind that a snore can mean more. Nearly half of all people who snore loudly have obstructive sleep apnea, and it often goes undiagnosed.
There are plenty of disruptions determined to keep us up at night, perhaps none more obvious than the notorious snore, as loud as it is ubiquitous.
Neck pain can be a real…well, pain in the neck. Luckily, there are plenty of things you can try to reduce it while sleeping.