In this week’s issue of TIME, we explain why the brain does its most creative work while you’re asleep. Subscribers can read the full story here.
If traditional weight-loss diets have failed you, you might just try hitting the sack.
It’s that time of year again: don’t forget to turn your clocks an hour ahead on Sunday. And follow these guidelines for coping with the loss of precious shut-eye.
Infants with sleep disorders such as snoring or sleep apnea may be more vulnerable to behavioral and emotional problems later in life.
Sleep deprived? Just wait ’til you’re 80. A new study finds that elderly folks sleep better than anyone.
There’s a lot to keep you up at night — including this: new research suggests that the sleeping pills that many Americans use to help them rest may increase the risk of early death.
Between extracurricular activities, homework and late-night Facebooking, many teens aren’t catching the nightly z’s they need. Or are they?
Sleep is the body’s time to rest and recharge, and it may be important for fending off Alzheimer’s as well.
Many police officers are putting themselves — and the public — at risk by failing to address their sleep problems and excessive fatigue, a new study in the Journal of the American Medical Association suggests.
In bad news for folks who already feel that everyone’s having more fun than they are, an intriguing new study out of the University of Chicago suggests that people who feel lonelier are more likely to have restless sleep.
People who struggle with insomnia appear to be more prone to heart attacks than those who typically get a good night’s sleep, a large Norwegian study has found.
A new study finds that teens who went to bed early and got up early were thinner and fitter than kids who slept late. The findings, published in the journal Sleep, suggest that it’s not just the amount of sleep that kids get, but …
More than two-thirds of teens aren’t getting enough sleep on school nights and that’s a problem. According to the latest study by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, sleepy teens were more likely to engage in risky …