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In a busy, modern world where work and technology constantly demand attention, getting a full night's sleep can be a battle.
The Sleep Council in Britain put this question to a study a few years ago. The result? Women reported more bad moods in the morning.
Doctors say getting a good night's sleep is important for everyone's health. But it could be crucial to helping improve memory loss associated with Parkinson's Disease, according to a new study.
Folks who remember their dreams can heal faster from depression and better diffuse negative emotions.
It turns out the chipper mood of "morning people" is real, and on top of being happier, they feel healthier, too.
New research finds that sleeping in the same bed with a partner actually improves your health.
Restorative sleep that's helpful to bodies and minds doesn't happen within the 7- to 9-minute snoozes allowed by most alarm clocks.
There are even indications that sleep deprivation could set back cognitive development in young children, says Dr. Judith Owens, director of sleep medicine at Children's National Medical Center.
Getting a good night's sleep can be a challenge, but some unexpected foods could be the key to falling, and staying, asleep.
A team of students from Harvard and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology has released a 99 cent application for the iPhone called Sigmund.