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Many health conditions can affect your sleep quality—from asthma and allergies to depression and dementia. Here are the connections to know.
Many people snore or have experience dealing with a snoring loved one. But does this relatively common condition point to more serious health issues?
Yoga can be both relaxing and energizing, depending on the style and pose you choose. Here’s what you need to know to use yoga for sleep—including three basic poses to improve your slumber.
Travel, shift work, daylight saving time: These kinds of changes can disrupt your internal clock and sleep schedule. But a few simple strategies from a Johns Hopkins expert can show you how to get better sleep.
Here’s what you need to know about your body’s natural melatonin production and melatonin sleep aids.
Aging itself doesn't seem to account for sleep complaints in older adults -- but maybe it should. Find out how sleep can change with age.
Conditions and Disorders
As many as 20 million people in the United States have sleep apnea, meaning the body does not breathe properly during sleep, resulting in involuntary breathing pauses.
RLS, a metabolic brain disease that causes an irritating and overwhelming sensation to move your legs, affects an estimated one in 10 Americans.