Can stripping down for bedtime help you catch some ZZZs? We talk to a sleep disorders specialist to get the bare truth.
Research suggests the ideal time to go to sleep is 10 p.m. But you should focus more on having a consistent schedule and routine when it comes to hitting the hay.
Tired of waking up sore just from sleeping? Learn the best step you can take to get a good — and comfortable — night’s rest.
Everyone’s circadian rhythm varies — you might be an early riser, a night owl or somewhere in between. But maybe you need to reset your internal clock? Here’s how to improve and tweak your sleep schedule for a healthier life style.
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