The Centers for Disease Control is now calling not getting enough sleep “a public health epidemic.”
Long before the sun comes up, many Maryland families are trying to beat the clock to make it to school on time. But new research shows it’s actually unhealthy to drag teens out of bed so early. Now several Maryland counties are considering whether they should change school start times.
Could the answer to staying slim and sharp be as simple as sleep?
Nutritionist Nicolette Pace says without certain nutrients, people can feel tired and irritable.
Dr. Daniel Buysse of the University of Pittsburgh’s Sleep Institute discusses sleep.
Few things feel as good as a full night’s sleep. Not everyone is getting it.
Most researchers agree that Americans work more hours than anyone else in the world.
Alcohol allows people to fall asleep quicker, but causes next day drowsiness.
More and more parents are turning to melatonin to get their children to fall asleep.
Some extra Zzzs each night may improve more than just your daytime alertness.
Twenty-seven minutes. That’s how much extra sleep a school-aged child needs per night to be more productive the following day.
New research shows that the bright light emitted from tablets can suppress melatonin.