Falling asleep quickly sounds like one of the most natural and easiest things to do, but for many it's one of life's greatest challenges. Try these quick tricks to help you drift off into lullaby land.
Drinking too much coffee can set your nerves on edge or leave you staring at the ceiling at night, but several major studies have failed to find a link between coffee and chronically elevated blood pressure. We'll go over the research and effects.
It's hard to sleep when you have a constant cough and are feeling lousy. The good news is that there are some things you can do to make it a little easier to sleep when you have bronchitis. Here are some tips to help you get through the nights.
Normally your body needs at least seven to eight hours of sleep to regenerate. But if you find yourself tossing and turning all night, here's some tried-and-true sleep Rx that's just as effective today as it was for grandma.
There's a lot of discomfort that our bodies and physically "power through," but lack of sleep or sleep quality is not one of them. How should you go about getting proper sleep and where do meds fit into that equation?
Ever wonder why docs are so quick to whip out the prescription pad when you complain about insomnia? Because it's easy, quick and it works — temporarily. Here are some smart alternatives to consider before you rely on prescription sleeping pills.
If you go to your doctor complaining that you no longer remember the cat's name and you forgot your dentist appointment twice, he might give you a short quiz, pat you on the back and tell you that you're fine — we're all getting older. However, a maj
Some three million Canadians suffer from insomnia, yet many never discuss the problem with their doctor. This is too bad because insomnia can almost always be put to rest with simple, fast-acting solutions. Read on to learn how to combat your sleeple
Nights are hardly restful if you have sleep apnea, a chronic and sometimes dangerous condition in which your breathing literally — and repeatedly — stops during sleep. A few lifestyle changes, and a simple machine, may be all you need to control it.
If you've ever taken an overnight flight and spent the following day in a stupor, you know the effects of jet lag. The next time you travel by plane, take these steps to keep jet lag from ruining your trip.