Survey Finds That Average Americans Have 60 Bad Days Each YearA new survey claims that the average American spends two months worth of each year suffering through a "bad day," and many people blame it on work-related stress.
Under The Covers: Sleep Technology ExplodesPillows that track your snoozing patterns? A bed that adjusts based on how much you twist and turn? Companies are adding more technology into their products, hoping to lure customers craving a better night's sleep.
Sleep Deprivation Impairs Emotions Recognition, Study FindsAccording to a new study, when we're sleep deprived, we struggled to decipher non-survival-oriented facial expressions.
Fitbit Tracks Steps; Now It Wants To Chart Your Deep SleepFitbit, whose devices encourage people to walk 10,000 steps each day, now wants to put them to sleep as well. Now, Fitbit will offer deeper sleep tracking on some of its devices.
Trio Composes Song Proven To Put People To SleepIf you’re worried about easily falling asleep tonight and every night, there’s some good news for you.
AAA Study Finds Drowsy Driving Risks Comparable To Drunk DrivingA new report out from AAA suggests that missing even a little sleep, between one and two hours, can put you at risk of nodding off behind the wheel.
Man Breaks In As Woman Watches "A Stranger In My Home"It's a frightening instance of life imitating art for one Fort Worth woman.
Recall: Children's Nightgowns Pose Burn RiskThe United States Consumer Product Safety Commission has recalled five styles of children's nightgowns by Saro Trading that fail to meet federal flammability standards.
Kids' Sleep Guidelines Spell Out Shut-Eye Guidance By AgeThe American Academy of Sleep Medicine is releasing for the first time guidelines for how much shut-eye kids should be getting.
Top 5 Surprising Ways To Help You Fall Asleep40-million Americans suffer from long-term sleep disorders, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
Top 5 Surprising Ways To Boost Your EnergyBetween work, children, and a lack of sleeping; many of us just don't have any energy left. While eating healthy, exercising, and sleeping more will go a long ways there are some other quick and perhaps surprising (non-caffeinated) ways to boost your energy levels.
Top 5 Ways To Stop SnoringMore than 45-percent of Americans snore, according to recent studies. Doctors, however; say the common problem can be more than just a nuisance.