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Better Sleep with 5-HTP

Relaxation, a strong bio clock, and better sleep: 5-HTP may help.
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Are You Sore, Stiff, and Unrested When You Wake Up?

The right equipment and attention to your daily habits can help you conquer these feelings.

Weight Loss and Sleep: Is There a Connection?

Healthy weight and your sleep habits
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Your Teen Needs More Sleep

A game plan for helping teens sleep better.
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How Melatonin Helps You Sleep

Learn all about how melatonin can help sleep and bio time.

Exercise and Its Benefits for Sleep

Making exercise part of your regular routine can contribute to healthier, more restful sleep—and may help improve sleep issues such as insomnia.

What You Need to Know About L-theanine

Are you looking for ways to sleep better at night while also feeling relaxed during the day?

7 Major Questions (and Answers) About Dreaming

Dreaming is a strange and mysterious process — one that scientists don’t fully understand. Let’s take a closer look at the stuff of which dreams are made.
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5 Relaxation Techniques for Better Sleep

Has the New Year already started to stress you out? New diets, exercise and wellness routines, making you nuts?

There’s a Best Time to Talk to Your Therapist

The body’s bio rhythms regulate much of how we feel and what we do.

Doctors Say Cut the Lights at Night

Protect your health and promote a good night’s rest by avoiding exposure to bright light for an hour before bedtime.

Why You’re More Tired Flying East Than West

When it comes to jet lag, it’s not only the distance, but also the direction that matters.
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Can Sleeping Late Torpedo Your Diet?

It’s not only the amount of sleep and the quality of sleep, but the timing of sleep that matters.
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Does What You Eat Affect How You Sleep?

It’s time to pay more attention to the possible role that nutrition may plan in helping to improve sleep.

Parenthood Isn’t Easy on Men’s Sleep

Fathers—and families as a whole—stand to benefit from a greater understanding of how men experience sleep in relation to parenthood.

The Economics of Treating Insomnia

Insomnia costs the U.S. economy more than $100 billion a year, stemming largely from increased health-care reliance, lost productivity, and more frequent injuries and accidents.

Does a Full Moon Disrupt Your Sleep?

Are there links among sleep, waking behavior and the moon?

Why Insomnia Isn’t Just a Nighttime Problem

Emerging research indicates that insomnia isn’t just something that happens at night, it's a 24-hour condition.

Low on Sleep, Teenagers Behave in Risky Ways

Did you know that insufficient sleep also puts teenagers at greater risk for injury?

Statins for Sleep Apnea?

We need to improve our diagnosis rates OSA, and get more people into treatment for sleep apnea and the other health complications that often accompany the disorder.

Sleeping Like Babies…or Not So Much?

New parents have enough to deal with during their children’s first months, without the additional worry that comes from being uncertain how to manage their infants’ sleep.

The Social and Behavioral Costs of Sleeplessness

Given the effects that sleep has on social relationships and behavior—both in the workplace itself and in other areas of life—the importance of sleep needs to be addressed.

Low on Vitamin D, Sleep Suffers

Overall, there’s not been enough research devoted to this relationship—likely a complicated one—between Vitamin D and sleep.

Living—and Sleeping—Mindfully

The power of mindfulness to improve sleep and treat sleep disorders is an exciting and important area of scientific inquiry with significant real-world implications.
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Tweeting, Not Sleeping? Balancing Sleep and Social Media

According to just-released research, time spent on social media may be seriously undermining nightly rest.

A More Sleep-Friendly iPhone on the Way? It's About Time!

Apple is moving toward making its handheld devices more sleep friendly. Included in an upgrade for Apple’s iOS operating system is an app called “Night Shift.”
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Unlocking the sleep-gut connection

What relationship exists between sleep and this microbial ecosystem within the human body? Emerging science demonstrates that there is a very real, dynamic connection between the m
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What Are Smartphones Doing to Kids' Sleep?

Navigating technology with children and teenagers isn’t easy, especially when it comes to nighttime and sleep.

Is Sleep Technology Improving Sleep?

Do you track your sleep with a wristband or a bedroom sleep monitor? Are you working with a sleep app for guidance on how to relieve insomnia or some other sleep problem? If so, you are part of a growing number of people using technology to improve their nightly sleep.

Details From the New Frontier of Sleep

Technology is often regarded as exclusively undermining to sleep, intruding into our lives at all times of day and night and compromising healthy rest. But the reality is more complicated than that.

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