How to Get Great Sleep

What’s more important than a good night’s rest? Plus, night owls, ending insomnia, booze, and more.

The Best Medicine for Older People

By Mario D Garrett Ph.D.

It's as simple as sleep.

Booze, the Brain and Sleep

By John Cline Ph.D.

Alcohol may be used to promote sleep but with pervasive effects and consequences

Sixteen Ways to End Insomnia

By Bill Knaus Ed.D.

Can you sleep soundly and sleep well?

Losing Weight Is Hard for Night Owls

By Adoree Durayappah-Harrison MAPP

Night owls have trouble exercising and are more sedentary.

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