Sleeping In On The Weekends Can Help You Live Longer, Study FindsA new study suggests that sleeping in on your days off can offset a lack of sleep during the work week.
'I Have More Energy': 1 In 4 Couples Sleep Apart For Better RestSnoring, sleep talking or hogging the blankets can make sleeping with another person impossible. The National Sleep Foundation found some married couples choose to get a better night's rest by sleeping apart.
Take A Nap On The Job? It's National Napping DayThe day, tellingly, falls on the first workweek day after most people have "sprung forward" and set their clocks ahead an hour.
Too Much Sleep Is Linked With More Nightmares, Study FindsAccording to a new study, sleeping more than nine hours a night is linked with more nightmares.
Having A Purpose In Life Leads To Better Sleep, Study FindsThere are many ways to try and improve quality of sleep, but the solution might not be found in a department store: it may be in your mind.
Study: Fights Amid Lack Of Sleep Could Lead To More Health ProblemsNew research out of The Ohio State University says when you're tired and you argue, it can lead to stress related inflammation.
Hardest To Fall Asleep Early In Work Week, Survey FindsA recent survey shows Sunday night is the most difficult for people to get a solid night's rest.
Sleep Deprivation Impairs Emotions Recognition, Study FindsAccording to a new study, when we're sleep deprived, we struggled to decipher non-survival-oriented facial expressions.
How We Sabotage Our SleepNot getting enough sleep is an obvious reason for feeling tired, but there are other things we do daily to sabotage the sleep we do get.
Good Question: How Much Sleep Do We Need?Wayzata Schools voted last night to let their high school students sleep in a little longer next year. Studies have shown many teenagers don't get nearly the amount of sleep they need. So, how much sleep do people need? Good Question.
Enjoy An Extra Hour Of Halloween Fun/Sleep Tonight!Good news for anyone that needs to catch up on some sleep. Daylight saving time is coming to an end this weekend. The change officially occurs at 2 a.m. Sunday morning. We will fall back -- giving everyone an extra hour of sleep.
Good Question: Why Do We Practice Daylight Saving Time?This Sunday at 2 a.m., most Americans will "fall back" and gain an extra hour when we revert to standard time. The first Sunday of November is the end of almost eight months of Daylight Saving Time (DST).