A new study from UC San Francisco shows that while the impact of life’s stressors accumulate over time and accelerate cellular aging, these negative effects may be reduced by maintaining a healthy diet, exercising, and sleeping well.
To guarantee that elusive good night’s sleep, more and more busy couples are choosing to sleep in separate beds, reports the Daily Mail.
A husband-and-wife team are pushing the FDA to get readable quantitative data about drugs to doctors and patients, reports NPR. As an example, the team developed a drug facts box for Lunesta.
Spending time in a dark tank of warm salt water might sound a bit wacky, but converts tell the Mother Nature Network that it treats ailments including insomnia.
The teaser for the season premiere of The Simpsons states, “On September 28, one will die.” We can’t help but be a little concerned that it may be Homer Simpson, and it may be from a sleep-breathing disorder.
When Vandana Katyal began studying orthodontics at the University of Adelaide, a pediatrician friend urged her to read more about obstructive sleep apnea (OSA). Her reading led her down a research path she never dreamed of undertaking.
A cutting edge treatment for patients with obstructive sleep apnea—involving shrinking the tongue and reshaping the palate—is being put to the test in a new study led by the Adelaide Institute for Sleep Health (AISH) at the Repatriation General Hospital (RGH).
Worn like a pair of sunglasses, Re-Timer emits a soft, UV-free green light onto the eyes to stimulate the part of the brain responsible for regulating the 24-hour body clock, making it easier to fall asleep at night and wake in the morning, the company says.
Simmons Bedding Company is set to launch a three-part in-store tech package dedicated to helping its retail employees simplify and streamline the sell and eliminate the mystery in the mattress purchase.
This list from The Huffington Post explains 7 reasons to avoid exposure to light at night and simply go to sleep. You may be able to use it while discussing the importance of sleep with your patients. The reasons include fertility, weight gain, stress, and more.