Aging and Sleep
Without a good night’s sleep, you may feel groggy and less sharp, and continued lack of sleep may raise your risk of medical problems such as type 1 diabetes, depression, high blood pressure, obesity and heart disease.
Take a look at your habits surrounding caffeine and alcohol intake, sleep aids and the use of electronics near bedtime. Medication side effects or health conditions may be causing insomnia. If sleep problems persist, talk to your doctor or consult with a sleep expert.
Wellness and Prevention
- Better Sleep: 3 Simple Diet Tweaks
- Your Bedroom For Better Sleep
- Why Can't I Sleep? 6 Surprising Factors
- Natural Sleep Aids: Home Remedies to Help You Sleep
- How to Sleep Well Despite Changes in Your Schedule
- How to Sleep Better: Start with Your Doctor
- Up in the Middle of the Night? How to Get Back to Sleep
- A Day That Leads to Your Best Night's Sleep
- Preparing Your Bedroom for a Great Night's Sleep
- Oversleeping: Bad for Your Health?
- Choosing the Right Mattress: Making a Smart Investment
- Choosing the Best Sleep Position
- 6 Tips for Better Sleep When You Travel
- Sleepless Nights? Try Stress Relief Techniques
- Rest Up: Sleep Powers Your Social Life
- Seven Ways to Get a Healthier Night's Sleep
- Teens and Sleep: How Much Is Enough?
- Good Sleep May Be All in Your Head
- Do Sleep Trackers Really Work?
- Exercising for Better Sleep
- Sleep Answers from Sleep Expert Dr Susheel Patil
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