Psychiatrists disagree on whether going to bed angry is really that bad, but snoozing in the middle of a fight can cement hard feelings, making the quarrel last longer. Put arguments to bed for a better morning.
New research suggests women are more likely than men to say they’re tired. They’re also more likely to experience sleep disorders, and to be disturbed by their bed partners. We take a look at the science to figure out why.
Tossing and turning all night is never fun. In honor of National Sleep Month, we've rounded up a list of ways to get better sleep tonight — so you can wake up on the right side of the bed in the morning.
Almost no one looks sexy after an all-nighter, but that’s not the only reason to schedule more snooze time. Recent research suggests sleep loss is linked to poor eating habits and a greater risk for obesity, heart disease, and diabetes.
The internal Rolex, circadian rhythms regulate biological functions like sleeping, eating, and mood patterns. The cycle typically repeats every 24 hours, but disruptions in the rhythm can cause problems from jet lag to mood disorders.