WASHINGTON — People with insomnia might be getting more sleep than they realize. Studies suggest insomniacs’ perception of wakefulness might be skewed because their brains are very active. Sleep researchers tell The Wall Street Journal…
Nearly half of all Americans suffer from occasional sleeplessness, and a staggering 15 percent have chronic, unremitting insomnia. We live in a culture where resorting to medication tends to be the first-line treatment. Most people…
WASHINGTON — How long would you keep a parrot that starts squawking every morning at 6? Yes, a parrot was one cause of insomnia doctors identified for a patient seeking help at the Mayo Clinic…
\”Sleep drunkenness\” affects 1 in 7 people, many of them sufferers
of mental illness who take medication, a new study shows.
A new report finds that talk therapy sessions could help fight depression — without anti-depressant drugs.
Insomnia may feel awful from head to toe, but the effects might not translate to actual performance.
Research suggests that massage can ease insomnia, boost immunity, prevent premenstrual syndrome. Many hospitals have started using massage as a standard therapy.
A few small tweaks could be all it takes to get the sleep of your
Insomniacs take note: Trouble sleeping may be related to heart failure.