Although sleep problems persist among many American children, parents can make a difference by setting boundaries around electronics use, enforcing rules and setting a good example. These are the latest findings from the National Sleep Foundation’s (NSF) Sleep in America® poll, an annual study that began in 1991. The 2014 poll took a deeper look into the sleep practices and beliefs of the modern family with school-aged children.
March 5, 2014 - 11:01am - mrobbins
Have you ever wanted to know what happens to your body during menstruation? The latest infographic from the National Sleep Foundation showcases how your period might affect your sleep -- and what you can do to make sure you rest soundly during that time of the month.
March 5, 2014 - 10:39am - mrobbins
Explore how today's modern family sets rules for sleep, navigates the use of technology in the bedroom, how parents can serve as sleep models for their family and make the dream of a "sleep healthy home" come true.
Learn more about orexin receptor antagonists, a new class of sleep aids, in this expert Q&A from Emmanuel Mignot, MD, and Jerrold Kram, MD.
Learn more about how a simple dental device saved on young father suffering from sleep apnea.