With sleep drunkenness in the news, ABC 7 reports on how getting too much sleep can contribute to the problem.
A study from the National Sleep Foundation found an estimated 45% of adolescents in the US don’t get enough sleep and many suffer insomnia, reports the McPherson Sentinel.
As sleep pods become more popular in workplaces and schools across the world, more universities are adding nap rooms to their campuses, Time reports.
September is a time of year when stress mounts for many, and sleep suffers as a result, Furniture News reports.
In Australia, a study is enrolling participants who have both insomnia and obstructive sleep apnea in an attempt to treat both disorders at once.
Research at the University of Miami aims to learn what makes sleep apnea a risk factor for strokes, the Miami Herald reports.
MD News recently published an in-depth profile of Long Island-based Winthrop-University’s hospital’s sleep medicine offerings.
The Independent reports on the findings of a study of sleeping habits in the UK.
Drinking coffee then immediately taking a 20-minute nap increases alertness more than other strategies, reports Vox.
Fox is preparing to explore a world without sleep via a new TV show, reports The Hollywood Reporter.