Sleep is vital to your health and well-beingâ€”as important as a healthy diet and regular exercise; yet, most of us don't get the sleep we need.
Did you know that sleep apnea is linked to hypertension and abnormal heart rhythms, which can raise your risk of heart attack?
Working at night or having an irregular work schedule can interfere with sleep and cause a number of health problems.
A National Sleep Foundation survey found that 44 percent of Americans ages 55 to 84 have at least one of these symptoms of insomnia a few nights a week or more. Why? And what can you do?
Research says that if you regularly skimp on sleep, you may be at increased risk for diabetes and other serious health problems in the future.
To get to the root of your problem, you might spend a night at a sleep study center.
Travel may be fun, but crossing time zones can cause your body's "internal clock" to be out of sync.
Even the morning after, individuals who take zolpidem can be at risk, says FDA.