Sleep Loss

Improve bedtime savvy with these long-term, short-term, and immediate solutions for getting more — and better — sleep.

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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.

When it’s time for bed, we’re not always perfectly happy. Turns out hitting the sack angry could affect not only relationships but sleep, too.

Rip Van Winkle did it for 20 years, but that doesn't mean we should, too. Sleeping too much is associated with some serious health issues.

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Improve bedtime savvy with these long-term, short-term, and immediate solutions for getting more — and better — sleep.

After a few sleepless nights, it's possible to catch up on snooze time. But it's not so easy to recover from long-term sleep deprivation.

It’s a common situation: facing the choice between dragging ourselves to the gym after only six hours of snooze-time or giving up a workout in favor of a solid eight hours.

Rip Van Winkle did it for 20 years, but that doesn't mean we should, too. Sleeping too much is associated with some serious health issues.

When it’s time for bed, we’re not always perfectly happy. Turns out hitting the sack angry could affect not only relationships but sleep, too.

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.

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