Technology & Sleep

Catching a breath -- wirelessly

New noninvasive ways of measuring sleep-disordered breathing are in development.

Circadian Simulation Software to Help Improve Astronauts and Shift-workers Sleep

Shifting work schedules can wreak havoc on a person's ability to get enough sleep, resulting in poor performance on the job. Researchers have developed software that uses mathematical models that can help people who do shift or night work or who experience jet lag due to travel across time zones.

Holiday Gift Ideas for Sleepers

If you have a friend or someone in your family who can be described as a fan of sleeping, the following are some great gift ideas for the upcoming holiday season.

Internet Could Help Battle Insomnia

A recent study in the Archives of General Psychiatry found that people who participated in an online program to treat insomnia actually improved their sleep.

Kids Sleep Less With a TV, Computer in Their Bedroom

Studies have shown that kids sleep less with a TV in their rooms. Maybe it's time your kids turned off the TV and went to sleep!

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