Time changes make many people feel tired, irritable, and unable to sleep.
The design of a campus and its buildings and dorms can be crucial to a student's overall well-being.
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A lack of sleep increases appetite, makes us more likely to eat unhealthy foods, and even affects how body fat is lost while dieting.
Our latest research also shows that retirement allows us to finally get as much sleep as our body needs each night.
Good mental health is the ability to adapt to changes and stress. Whatever school looks like, parents can help keep kids' social-emotional development on track in these four areas.
The constraints of COVID-19 can act as a catalyst to eat more thoughtfully and, perhaps, eat better.
Why is the coronavirus affecting my sleep and dreams?
One in four children will experience sleep problems before their 10th birthday. Here are the top factors, plus steps parents can take to give their kids (and themselves) a good night's sleep.
Noise pollution can cause long-term stress and harm to wildlife.
Keen to get back to the gym? Be careful. It's easy to get injured if you've been inactive.
There are three features common to most forms of insomnia that can be revelatory for those living under lockdown.
Dreams that are more vivid, more frequent and more striking… Lockdown seems to trouble our nights as well as our days, and there's reason to believe that's not just a figment of our imagination.
Research shows napping helps young children learn, as well as enhancing their emotional well-being.
Getting a good night's sleep during COVID-19 confinement can be challenging, but there are ways to get enough shut-eye.
Listening to other people's dreams can help to improve your empathy levels.
At times of anxiety and trauma an increase in unusual or vivid dreams and nightmares is not surprising.
Whether our brain decides to wake us or let us keep sleeping depends on the loudness and type of sound, our depth of sleep and sensitivity to noise.
During times of stress and anxiety we either dream more or remember our dreams more often, as a way of coping with challenging circumstances and new information.
A study found the emotional dynamic between young heterosexual partners can have a measurable physiological effect on men, but not on women.