Why do so many of us struggle to get enough good-quality sleep? A new WebMD study looks at America’s sleep habits.
Snoring keeping you up at night? Some strategies you can try at home may provide relief.
Ever wonder why it's so hard for you to get a good night's sleep? Your sleep hygiene may be the problem.
Too little sleep could make you moody, forgetful, and even depressed. Learn more about what can happen when you don’t get enough shuteye.
How do your brain, body, and immune system restore themselves while you're asleep?
What helps when you can't sleep? Here's what our survey found worked best to help people get some shut-eye.
Are you a night owl or an early bird? Or do you burn the candle at both ends? See what your sleep style is and what you can do to sleep better.
Does diet matter when you're trying to get a good night’s sleep? Discover which foods can hinder sleep and which foods promote slumber.
Snoring, restless legs, and tossing and turning can all wake up your bedmate. If that sounds familiar, one option is a sleep divorce.
Your age, gender, weight and more may influence the quality of your sleep. Learn more about the impact of social and economic factors.
Women are more likely to live with insomnia than men. Find out why, and what you can do to improve the quality of your sleep.
Lots of people find it harder to sleep as they get older. Find out why this is true -- and what you can do about it.
Having trouble staying awake at work? Take a look at these jobs that might keep you from getting enough sleep.