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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?
Johns Hopkins experts address common myths about sleep apnea—and share the truths you need to know to recognize this sleep condition in yourself or a loved one.
Do you know the difference between a normal, occasional bad night's sleep and a more serious sleep condition? See if you experience any of these issues.
Not getting enough sleep can affect your health in far-reaching and surprising ways. Learn more about the effects of sleep deprivation.
Sleep can help give strength while fighting cancer or even lower cancer risk, yet it’s often a challenge to get what’s needed. Learn more about the relationship between sleep and cancer.
People with insomnia have a higher risk of depression. On the other hand, depression can trigger sleep problems. Knowing the connection between depression and sleep can help you recognize symptoms and get treatment for both.