Sleep is one of the most important things we do.
CBD isn’t a miracle cure for everything that ails a person – but science shows that it has the potential to help treat a number of health conditions.
Here are some tips of how to rethink the sound of your leaking tap, which should help bring you a decent night’s sleep. Or you could just fix the tap.
If you’ve had trouble sleeping during or after a COVID infection, you’re not alone.
Brown noise sounds like the ocean and some people say it helps them sleep. Here’s what the science actually says.
People – particularly women – take a little longer to fall asleep when they are next to a casual partner or single.
Age is no longer the only definition of midlife. An expert in aging explains why.
Menstruating women who sleep less than six hours a night suffer worse periods. But leading treatments for insomnia rarely look at menstrual health.
The thoughts are often distressing and punitive. Strikingly, these concerns vaporise in the daylight, proving that the 3am thinking was completely irrational and unproductive. But why?
To keep our health care providers healthy, we need to help them sleep.
Distraction in poor sleepers could be linked to a different brain process than previously thought.
What is it about chamomile tea, milk and cocoa that could help us sleep better, and what does the evidence say?
How you can gauge investors’ sleepiness by using Google search data.
Despite the appeal of sleep trackers, they could cause unwanted anxiety for some.
Couch potatoes are always looking for a way out.
There are three features common to most forms of insomnia that can be revelatory for those living under lockdown.
Sleep supports our immune function and helps us deal with stress. During this uncertain time, making sleep a priority is more than self-care – it’s essential.
The time at home from the coronavirus crisis could be an opportunity to let our natural sleep rhythms take over.
Cognitive behavioural therapy for insomnia provided remission of insomnia in 80 to 90 per cent of adolescents in a research trial, and improved their overall concussion recovery.
Millions of people struggle with falling asleep. A review of thousands of studies shows a possibly simple solution: a warm bath.