Sleep & Disease

The Link Between a Lack of Sleep and Type 2 Diabetes

If you’re routinely skimping on sleep, this habit can increase your risk of type 2 diabetes. But there's a quick way to reverse this trend.

5 Ways to Ease Holiday Anxiety Before Bed

Tame holiday stress with these techniques and you’ll set yourself up for a good night’s sleep.

Fibromyalgia and Sleep

Is your fibromyalgia keeping you awake? Learn what you can do to get back to sleep.

Epilepsy and Sleep

Sleep is very important to prevent epileptic seizures. Learn how you can sleep better with epilepsy.

COPD and Difficulty Breathing

COPD can affect more than just your breathing. It can also affect your sleep. Learn more about COPD and what you can do to sleep better.

Sudden Infant Death Syndrome and Sleep

Sudden Infant Death Syndrome takes the lives of many infants. Learn more about Sudden Infant Death Syndrome and how you can protect your little one.

Multiple Sclerosis and Sleep

Those suffering from Multiple Sclerosis often have trouble sleeping. Find out more about MS and how it affects sleep.

GERD and Sleep

Everyone has heartburn from time to time. When it becomes chronic, it can actually affect your sleep! Learn more about GERD and what you can do to treat it.

Depression and Sleep

Does your depression affect your ability to sleep? Don't worry, there are things you can do to sleep better with depression.

Dementia and Sleep

Alzheimer's disease and senile dementia are characterized by frequent sleep disturbance, both for those diagnosed and their caregivers. In fact, many caregivers cite sleep disturbances, including night wandering and confusion, as the reason for institutionalizing the elderly. Once institutionalized, these elderly residents' sleep disturbances don't cease. Two-thirds of those in long-term care facilities suffer from sleeping problems.

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