The occasional catnap is typically OK—but if you're frequently tired, it's high time to assess your sleep routines.
Linda Cole suffered from sleep apnea for years—until a tiny device changed her life.
If you're struggling to get your Zzz's, it's time to reassess your bedtime routines.
Hypertension, diabetes, cholesterol and smoking have long been seen as risk factors for stroke. A new report says it's time we add sleep disorders to the list.
Study: These two factors make you three times more likely to die from heart disease.
Study: Women snore, too, and should take it seriously.
Study suggests multi-episode viewers end up sleepless and fatigued.
Doctors warn of sleep apnea’s outsized role in aggravating—and in some cases creating—a host of ailments.
Anything less than seven hours a night increases your risk of developing a variety of health problems.
Daytime snoozing may increase the risk of hypertension, but expert says there's more to it than that.
Post-traumatic stress disorder increases the risk of sleep troubles even more.
Under stress and can't remember something? It may be time for a full night of sleep.