American World Record Holder for the 50K and four-time Olympic Marathon qualifier Josh Cox sets a bedtime alarm and has no problem falling asleep on the floor.
Behavioral scientists at Florida’s Nova Southeastern University are researching why exhausted people turn into total Debbie Downers.
Can we be held accountable for crimes and misdeeds we commit while sleepwalking and under the influence of sleep aids? Should we held accountable? Van Winkle's asks the experts who are wrestling with these very sensitive issues.
Is it more effective to use a melatonin spray or take the natural sleep aid in pill-form? The jury's still out.
That feeling of falling right before dozing off is a harmless involuntary muscle spasm called a hypnic jerk.
Travel writer and television host Julia Dimon endures the novelty of a former Soviet-era Latvian prison, now functioning as a less-than-luxe hotel.
Sleeping with your contacts is playing eye-care roulette, explains Dr. Mark Eltis, an Ontario-based optometrist and clinical professor who focuses on eye disease.
From first kisses to serial killers, these fictional sleepaway camps have it all.
The forthcoming ApneaApp, created by Dr. Nathaniel Watson, professor of neurology and co-director of the UW Medicine Sleep Center, diagnoses sleep apnea without any wires or uncomfortable overnight stays at a clinic.
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