The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) reports that more than one-third of Americans are not getting enough sleep regularly. Sleep deprivation is a medical issue—and not a minor one. Here's what you can do to get more sleep—every night.
After following your bedtime routine and falling asleep as usual, you can’t help but wake up in the middle of the night. Does this sound familiar? We'll cover seven of the leading reasons why people wake up in the middle of the night and a few tips on how to achieve relaxing, continuous sleep.
If you've ever had insomnia, you know how frustrating it can be to lie awake for hours wanting so badly to fall asleep. Because there are different types of insomnia, not everyone is going to react the same way to the same treatment. If you struggle with sleep, read on to learn more about the five types of insomnia.
Did you know insomnia is linked to mental health? However, continued insomnia also leads to depression, anxiety, and stress. So, once a person's sleep is interrupted, you could potentially end up in a vicious cycle of insomnia and psychological stress. We’ll examine how common mental health issues affect your sleep.
Have you ever been so tired that you fall into bed, but your eyes stay wide open and you just can’t fall asleep? You're not the only one. In fact, more than 30% of the population suffers from insomnia. Here's a quick guide to 5 things you can do tonight to fall asleep and stay asleep.
Do you struggle to get cozy and fall asleep at night? It might be because of something you haven’t thought of before. Space, color, light, and distractions influence our sleeping patterns. For a better night’s sleep, try following this simple guide to Feng Shui your bedroom.
Melatonin and sleep go together like coffee and donuts. But if you’re taking melatonin supplements to doze off, here’s a glimpse at how the hormone affects your mind and body.