For most people that have sleep apnea, the only solution has been a bulky, uncomfortable device.
Are you having trouble sleeping but can’t figure out why? It could be your legs. It may sound bizarre, but doctors say it’s actually pretty common.
Is your sleepiness because you’re not getting sleep? Recent studies say not necessarily. Mood and obesity may be bigger reasons.
Do you ever have trouble falling asleep at night? A lot of people do; and because of that, there are more and more sleep aid products on the market. There are different types of pills, but it’s a new sleep aiding drink that’s gaining attention.
So, you’ve made your New Year’s resolutions and you’ve been sticking to it: eating right, exercising regularly. But your weight hasn’t budged. What gives? Well, maybe it’s your sleep.
How your child sleeps as a baby may predict how he sleeps later in life.
There’s an old book about how men are from Mars and women from Venus, but researchers are finding out there are many more differences between the sexes. One of them is the way men and women sleep.
Sleep apnea is normally associated with adults, but children can have it as well. It can leave them gasping for air and never getting a good night’s sleep, but there is a procedure that can help.
If you’ve tried to get your weight under control, but it’s just not working, try paying more attention to sleep and stress. A study in the “International Journal of Obesity” says these can be predictors of weight loss.
A new poll that indicates 43 percent of Americans between the ages of 13 and 64 don’t get enough sleep on the regular basis.