A National Sleep Foundation survey found that 44 percent of Americans ages 55 to 84 have at least one symptom of insomnia. What can you do?
Occasional insomnia is nothing to worry about, but if you have trouble sleeping for more than a week or two, talk to your doctor or visit a sleep clinic for an evaluation.
Did you know that sleep apnea is linked to hypertension and abnormal heart rhythms, which can raise your risk of heart attack?
You've probably heard that most of us don't get enough, but here are some interesting facts about what happens during sleep.
Working at night or having an irregular work schedule can interfere with sleep and cause a number of health problems.
Underlying illness, medication side effects, and other factors can interfere with sleep in older adults.
Sleep is vital to your health and well-beingâ€”yet, most of us don't get the sleep we need.
Travel may be fun, but crossing time zones can cause your body's "internal clock" to be out of sync.