Insomnia isn’t just a nuisance at night. It spills over into your day. What qualifies as a chronic condition?
Struggling with sleep problems for years can take a toll on your health and relationships. Learn how one man's insomnia diagnosis caused positive changes.
Chronic insomnia causes more than just sleepiness during the day. It can seriously affect your health, mood, and even how your brain works. Learn more.
Constantly counting sheep? Often feel sluggish in the mornings? There might be more to it than a rough night’s rest.
Some health conditions -- or even medications you take -- can contribute to chronic insomnia. A sleep doctor tells us about the links, and what you can do.
Cognitive behavioral therapy for insomnia aims to change habits and thoughts that keep you awake. Learn more about how its techniques work.
You might want to think twice about that cup of tea or that horror movie before bed. Here’s a list of daily changes to finally get some restful sleep.
Sometimes, medications are a short-term option for chronic insomnia. Learn which are most effective, what side effects are, and how to take them safely.
Insomnia can affect your mood, and your mood can have an impact on how well you sleep. Learn more about what sleep loss does to your emotions.