Sleep Research News
A new study found that people who are prone to going to bed and waking up early have a lower risk of developing depression.
Equinox has recently introduced “sleep coaching” to its training programs following a clinical study conducted by Equinox and UCLA researchers.
By timing when we drink our cup of coffee — and how much we consume — we might be able to improve our alertness levels up to 64 percent.
A new pilot study revealed that a yoga and sleep health intervention improved sleep among a low-income population.
A new study reveals that insufficient sleep could cost a national economy billions of dollars annually.
According to new research, we might be able to predict and identify if we’re at risk for specific negative effects of sleep deprivation based on what’s in our blood.
A new survey has revealed that employees in certain industries sleep more at work than others.
New research shows that catching a few extra Zzz’s on the weekend could be good for your health.
Watching a TV episode before bed is okay, but watching 50 is definitely affecting your quality of sleep.
Keeping a healthy sleep schedule can be tough, but it might make you a better parent.
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