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"These findings support the idea that life satisfaction is interlinked with many measures of sleep and sleep quality, suggesting
Whether you can't fall asleep, stay asleep or find time to sleep, we're here to help -- with an alphabet's worth of solutions
To be a well-rested human being, you must fashion a routine that promotes energy throughout the day and sleepiness come sundown
SPECIAL FROM Grandparents.com Nearly 60 million Americans – more than the population of Italy – wake up tired and irritable
If you have troubling drifting off to dreamland, you've probably tried a long list of remedies to get more and better Zzs
"Trouble falling and staying asleep can set you up for chronic fatigue, mood and memory issues, a slower metabolism, even
You work hard, play hard, and want to live life to the fullest. Yet you can't do that if you don't get the right amount of quality sleep. Don't let sleep deprivation keep you from performing at your peak!
"I have to sleep with a blanket -- it can be just a sheet, but I need to be covered somehow! I find it very uncomfortable
1. Sleep seven to nine hours a night. While there's no magic number, the general rule of thumb for adults is seven to nine
Sleep has now become a risky business; anxiety and stress are not and have never been favorable conditions for a good night's sleep.
4. Eat dinner earlier. During the summertime, with longer days and delayed sleep times, we tend to eat later than during
How do you spend the hour before bed? Let us know in the comments below! Sleep experts recommend establishing a bedtime routine
Stop Sleeping In Don't sleep in if you can help it. Almost more than actual sleep, your body craves consistency and not being
Even if you do everything else right -- you stay away from caffeine after lunch, you don't let Fido share your bed, you give
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By Rebecca Scritchfield for U.S. News Health If you habitually get too little sleep, your health could be in real trouble