South Floridians and the rest of the nation are about to get back that hour of sleep lost last spring with the return of Standard Time.
A new study shows that as many as one in three adults recall sleepwalking at some point in their lives.
It’s a common thing that people do, get behind the wheel on little to no sleep. While many think they won’t fall asleep while driving, it happens and it can be deadly.
Would you get a better night’s sleep if you slept next to someone or slept alone?
Are you getting the kind of sleep you should be? Dr. Daniel Buysse, with the University of Pittsburgh’s Sleep Institute, said what you think about getting a good night’s sleep may not be true.
Most people don’t get enough restful sleep at night which can lead to poor performance at work the following day. In fact, studies have shown out nation’s chronic exhaustion is costing companies billions of dollars each year.
A newborn is simultaneously one of the most joyful and stressful events in nearly every parents’ lives. Miami Children’s Hospital provided the following information about what to expect when your bundle of joy drifts off to sleep.
As many parents know, getting your child to sleep can sometimes be a monumental task. Now, more and more parents are turning to a supplement called melatonin to get their children to fall asleep at night.
It’s time to get back that hour of sleep you lost last spring with the return of Standard Time.
If you were yawning right during the 6 o’clock news, I may have to take it personally, because South Floridians are getting more sleep than people in most U.S. cities.