The go-to strategies you'll want to steal from the pros to help you drift off.
No, it's not just your imagination; it's menopause!
An Israeli company has combined the ancient wisdom about breathing with a smart tech device.
My physician told me, although officially she doesn't recommend it, that when she can't sleep she gets up and works out in
New findings reveal alarming data about Britons' sleep and this group of experts is calling for change.
Tiredness won't come. No matter how much I run around during the day, I don't get drowsy. I exercise daily just so I can have the luxury of fatigue. I go out at night with friends to delay getting into bed. I eye the clock as I watch TV. After 11 p.m. I reasonably turn off the light and it all hits.
By Yoga Journal If you're feeling too tired to practice, keep in mind that yoga may be the very thing to bring you sound
Most of what keeps us awake is stress. And meditation can be just the thing to relax your mind to let yourself deeply rest and sleep.
24. "I no longer stay in bed stressing. I think of what Thomas Jefferson said about those wee small hours of the morning
21. We have a wedding to go to in four weeks and a graduation in two weeks. When precisely should I color my hair? 33. If
"It’s now estimated by the NIH that 60 percent of the population in the United States over 60 years old will experience some
The difference between sleeping well and sleeping poorly can have a huge impact on our morning routine and the overall quality of our day, but for the most part we're unaware of how our pre-bedtime behavior can affect the quality of our nighttime slumber.
Don't think of this tactic as giving up on the idea of sleep either, Dr. Grandner adds. It's more about being realistic and
Skimping on sleep may seem like your only option amid work deadlines, taking care of the family and some semblance of a social
You toss, you turn. You wake up in the middle of the night. You've tried going to bed early. You've tried staying up late
You tell us! What are your remedies for sleeplessness? Let us know in comments. Denice Loritsch thinks we should lay off
Sleeplessness can be a real problem for women going through menopause. In fact, the North American Menopause Society (NAMS) lists trouble falling asleep as one of the five main symptoms of menopause.