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.
An international team of researchers led by scientists at the university of Wisconsin-Madison has found that people who experience poor sleep in late midlife also have brain characteristics that point to an increased risk for ...
Trouble sleeping? While counter medications are available to resolve the issue, it is not really advisable to take. A better way to cope up with the situation is to make changes in your diet.
Various studies have linked less and poor quality of sleep to long-term brain damage. In fact, a recent study showed that disturbed sleep may put men at a higher risk of developing Alzheimer's disease. A ...
While sleep disorders have become one of the most common lifestyle concerns, a new research suggests that one in every seven people may be suffering with something called sleep drunkenness. Have you ever woken up ...
People with sleep disorders like sleep apnea, insomnia or restless leg syndrome may have a poorer recovery after a stroke and higher risk of a second stroke, according to a review of existing research.
Just as nutrition and exercise are essential for our body, so is sleep. It is the sweet balm that soothes, restores and prepares us for the next day.
Children who experience inadequate or disrupted sleep are more likely to develop depression and anxiety disorders later in life, suggests a new research.
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.
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.