Maybe it’s bad sleep habits behind your exhaustion — but it could be something more. If you ask yourself “why am I so tired” every morning, here’s your need-to-know.
Can’t seem to rise with the sun for a sweat session? These ingenious tricks are guaranteed to get you out of bed and moving, whatever the morning hour.
Not a morning person? Follow these early-bird tricks for a productive, happy morning, even if you woke up on the wrong side of the bed.
Have a snack attack every afternoon? Your lack of sleep may be to blame for your stoner-like munchies.
Get this: There’s science backing your cravings for chips and queso. New research shows how sleep deprivation sets up your body to snack big time.
It’s time to put those old sleep rumors to bed: Not everyone needs eight hours of shut-eye to reach peak performance. Do you?
Waking up stiff as a board? Can’t shake your snoring? Here are the best and worst sleeping positions to help you get more restful shut-eye.
What’s light therapy and could you benefit from some artificial sunshine? We’ve got the scoop on light boxes designed to alleviate seasonal affective disorder.
Finding the right mattress can make you more than just cozy: You’ll sleep better and feel great, too. Here’s how to find the perfect mattress for you.
We all have times when we feel run down. But these six symptoms might mean you’re not just worn out — you’re exhausted.
Sleep deprivation doesn’t just cause you to count extra sheep: Your body, mind and health can seriously suffer from a lack of sleep. Keep an eye out for these warning signs.
Does daylight savings time confuse your body more than it should? Find out how to minimize the effects of changing the clocks with these expert tips.
Need a nap? Probably. Find out when, how and where to take the perfect nap so you can still sleep soundly at night — and yes, even if it means your head is on your desk.
One in three Americans suffers from sleep disruption, and the consequences can be worse than just fatigue. Here’s how to deal with the most common sleep issues.