17th March marks World Sleep Day. It is an initiative that aims to spread awareness about the importance of sleep for our health and well-being.
According to a report by fitness solutions firm Fitbit, Indians are among the poorest sleepers in the world, clocking in an average of 6.55 hours of sleep a night.
Health experts emphasise on the importance of exercise and diet for good sleep and our well-being. Here's how you can improve your sleep the healthy way.
Children who experience inadequate or disrupted sleep are more likely to develop depression and anxiety disorders later in life, suggests a new research.
A recent study states that those deprived of regular sleep are likely to have a weak immune system. Time to hit the bed.
Sleep deprivation can interfere with the process that helps reinforce our memories, says a new study.
People with sleep disorders like insomnia and sleep apnea are more likely to have a stroke or recovery problems after having one than those who get sound sleep, says a study.
If you want to improve your sleep, better cut down on smartphone use near bedtime, suggests a new study that found longer average screen-time is associated with poor sleep quality and less sleep overall.
The important thing to understand is that the quality of sleep you get is as important as the amount of sleep hours every day.
Poor sleep can trigger negative emotional responses by affecting a specific region of the brain. It could be worse for those already suffering from depression and anxiety.