Loneliness is a complex problem of epidemic proportions, affecting millions from all walks of life.
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Michael J Breus Ph.D.
Sleep-related crimes? Understand the real science of sleep forensics.
To protect your sleep and your overall health, it’s sensible to keep binge watching in check. Here's why—and some tips from a binge watcher.
Even moderate amounts of alcohol in your system at bedtime alters sleep architecture—the natural flow of sleep through different stages.
Is blue light affecting your sleep and health?
Misunderstanding how sleep works can affect your health
School start times and the economy.
Can you hack your sleep schedule?
For better sleep, take a look at where you're resting your head
New research explores how warm nighttime temperatures disturb sleep.
Your sleep can affect the medication you take.
What you need to know about caffeine.
Tea can deliver some real health benefits
Exploring the scary side of sleep and dreaming.
Find out which chronotypes are most likely to snore.
Relaxation, a strong bio clock, and better sleep: 5-HTP may help.
The right equipment and attention to your daily habits can help you conquer these feelings.
Healthy weight and your sleep habits
A game plan for helping teens sleep better.
Learn all about how melatonin can help sleep and bio time.
Making exercise part of your regular routine can contribute to healthier, more restful sleep—and may help improve sleep issues such as insomnia.
Are you looking for ways to sleep better at night while also feeling relaxed during the day?
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.
Has the New Year already started to stress you out? New diets, exercise and wellness routines, making you nuts?
The body’s bio rhythms regulate much of how we feel and what we do.
Protect your health and promote a good night’s rest by avoiding exposure to bright light for an hour before bedtime.
When it comes to jet lag, it’s not only the distance, but also the direction that matters.
It’s not only the amount of sleep and the quality of sleep, but the timing of sleep that matters.
It’s time to pay more attention to the possible role that nutrition may plan in helping to improve sleep.
Fathers—and families as a whole—stand to benefit from a greater understanding of how men experience sleep in relation to parenthood.
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.
Michael J. Breus, Ph.D., is a clinical psychologist and a diplomate of the American Board of Sleep Medicine. He is the author of Beauty Sleep.