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Results from a new European study debunks the common myth that exercise before bed disrupts sleep, with researchers finding that as long as the exercise is not too intense, it can be done at any time of day.
Cats are more likely to disrupt the sleep of adult women than human partners, with dogs the least likely disturbers of all, according to a new U.S. study.
New U.S. research has found that not getting enough sleep could lead to dehydration the next day, possibly affecting mental and physical performance.
Children are more likely to awaken to the sound of a mother’s voice than to a smoke alarm, according to a new U.S. study.
More than three-quarters of Canadian officer workers are tired on the job, according to a recent survey of more than 550 people by human resource consulting firm Robert Half.
As mornings become darker and fall routines are in full swing, a pediatric sleep consultant explains what the ‘October sleep slump’ is and how to beat it.
New U.K. research has found that more than eight hours of sleep is associated with an increased risk of cardiovascular disease and death, compared to sleeping less than seven hours.
Experts say repetition and awareness are two keys to getting a sound sleep.
Airway pressure masks, the most common remedy for sleep apnea, have improved in design, getting smaller and quieter, but patients still complain about sore nostrils, dry mouths and claustrophobia.
The question of how many hours of sleep are necessary to stay healthy has left researchers tossing and turning for decades, but now they believe the magic number is 8.5 hours per night.
Sleep experts say a bucket of melting ice and new sheets could help you get a better night's sleep this summer.