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Jogging, swimming, dancing and other forms of endurance training had the biggest impact.
Some foods can sabotage your slumber, causing you to wake frequently throughout the night (or even making it difficult to fall asleep in the first place). However, other foods can actually increase the hormones in your brain that promote relaxation and high quality sleep. Read on for smart diet swaps -- and finally claim that full night of rest.
For more on the findings from this year's Sleep in America poll, which kicks off the beginning of Sleep Awareness Week, visit
Stop Sleeping In Don't sleep in if you can help it. Almost more than actual sleep, your body craves consistency and not being
By Rebecca Scritchfield for U.S. News Health If you habitually get too little sleep, your health could be in real trouble
Lack of sleep is linked to several health concerns: With any illness, injury or sniffle, you'll hear one common suggestion
19. Try separate blankets in a shared bed. If your bed partner is constantly stealing all the covers or one of you sweats
Break a sweat Though exercisers and non-exercisers clock about the same amount of sleep each night, according to a 2013 National
By Corrie Pikul Find A Temperature That Makes You Want To Hibernate (All Night Long) What You Tried: The cold makes us drowsy
We went to the people who really need their rest -- a fitness guru, a yogi, a pro athlete--to learn their get-to-sleep secrets
Having difficulties falling asleep or staying asleep? Here are some tips to help you get a good night's rest.
Better quantity and quality sleep is an attractive feature, in everyone. A new study showed that when given a choice, people thought individuals with more sleep looked attractive!