Experts say 40 percent of Americans snore when they sleep. Then there are those of us who have to sleep next to a snorer. And those of us who are in denial. I was convinced my wife Amelia was imagining it, so I went to a sleep clinic to find the truth.
Daylight saving time is this weekend, and we’ll move our clocks forward an hour. While it’s nice to have an extra daylight at the end of the day, this time change can feel like jet lag.
This week is Sleep Awareness Week. More and more, we hear about studies that show sleep is essential to our mental and physical health. The problem? Most of us aren’t getting enough.
Lack of sleep can negatively affect your concentration and health. Adults should get seven to eight hours of sleep every night.
Few things feel as good as a full night’s sleep. But even if you tuck yourself in with eight hours ahead of you before the alarm goes off, there are no guarantees that you’ll feel rested the next day.
Minnesota Vikings running back Adrian Peterson says he missed the team bus to Soldier Field on Sunday because he overslept.
Our daylight hours are getting shorter and the nights are getting longer, and the WCCO Morning Show took a look at the science behind why some people get depressed in the winter.
We hear a lot about the importance of getting enough sleep, but for school children, it’s even more critical. Research has shown that kids who suffer from sleep deprivation tend to struggle in class.
Getting the recommended six to eight hours of sleep each night can be a challenge. But if you do, you’re likely to be slimmer, healthier and less stressed. That’s according to the National Sleep Foundation.
Do you ever think about the position you sleep in and whether it has something to do with your personality? Well, apparently it might.
These days we’re never too far away from our cell phones and computers, and while technology may help you be more productive at work, it can have an opposite effect on your sleep.
If you think your teenager’s tired all the time, it might be tough to believe Matt Borchers story. Matt has a medical sleep disorder called hypersomnolence and he is known to sleep 13 hours a night.
Carrie Sewald-Hester homeschools her kids during the day, but they’re also learning lessons at night.
The mother of twin babies who drowned in a bathtub at an East Troy apartment has been charged with felony child neglect.
A Minnesota man convicted of killing his infant daughter seven years ago has been released from jail after winning a new trial.
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