Children, Teens & Sleep
Is Your Child’s Snoring A Sign of Obstructive Sleep Apnea?
Snoring is a normal part of sleep for many children. But in some cases, it could be a warning of something more serious. Here’s how to tell.
Sleep & Travel
Beverages to Avoid to Sleep Soundly While Traveling
What you drink can impact your energy, even hours later. When a good night’s sleep is essential, skip these three snooze-stealing options.
Sleep & Your Lifestyle
The Connection Between Weight and Sleep Apnea
Losing a few pounds is more than a vanity play—it could help reduce your risk of this debilitating health condition.
3 Signs You're Too Stressed to Sleep—and How to Unwind
Here are clues from your body and mind that your stress-meter is running too high for you to snooze well.
The Importance of Sleep for Young Athletes Who Travel
Not only can a healthy sleep schedule boost performance during a game, but it could also protect kids from getting injured.
The Science of Sleep
Why Electronics May Stimulate You Before Bed
Ever wondered why you shouldn’t use electronic devices before bedtime? Here’s the inside story.
Women's Sleep Topics
Men, Women, and Sleep
If you’re tossing and turning at night, you’re not alone. Women report more insomnia and sleep disturbances than men.