An estimated 90% of people with sleep apnea don’t know they have the condition. Here’s what to look for.
If you’re having trouble sleeping, the answer may lie in how you prepare for a good night’s rest. Find out how to improve your sleep hygiene to get the ZZZs you need.
So, you got your eight hours of sleep. But as soon as you wake up, you feel like you could already head back to bed. Here are some other reasons why you may be feeling fatigued or exhausted during the day, as well as ways to get a better night’s rest.
Experts used to say lost shut eye couldn’t be recovered, but that view’s changing. Find out what a sleep debt is, what the research says about making it up and how to improve your sleep hygiene.
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More than half of pet owners sleep with their pet in bed. Here’s why that might not be a good idea.
Occasionally oversleeping is perfectly normal. But if it’s a consistent pattern, there may be more at play than just being tired. Learn what to do if you feel like you can’t get enough sleep.
Do you sleep on your stomach? If so, you might want to consider a new position to protect your back, neck and shoulders.
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From bathroom breaks to racing thoughts, waking up at 3 a.m. can stem from a lot of things. While it’s usually harmless, consistent late-night awakenings may be a sign of something more serious.
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