Posts Tagged: Sleep

Are You Sleeping Too Much?

You’re groggy, dizzy even. You can’t see straight and you sure as hell can’t keep your eyes (or your mind) focused on the screen in front of you. And you’re pretty sure your boss has noticed. You want to assure her that you’re not drunk and you got enough sleep. In fact, you got more…read more

7 Tips on How to Nap Like a Pro

Countless adults are short on sleep, and naps are a great way to make up for some of those lost winks – not that you shouldn’t focus on getting better quality sleep at night! Unfortunately, for many of us, napping is no longer as easy as passing out on a mat on the classroom floor…read more

The Smell of Sleep: How to Use Aromatherapy At Bedtime

Although the idea of using aromatherapy might seem a little off base, research has started to support the concept in recent years based on scientific findings. Difficulty with sleeping has become one of the most pervasive complaints in modern society besides weight gain, so studies have begun to search for new ways to help people…read more

30 Perfect Pairs Of Pajamas For Your Next Netflix Marathon

You should never need an excuse to get cozy. We all have those weeks that wear us down and leave us needing a weekend of total hibernation. Trust us, we get it, and we’ll never judge it. Cozy is your right. But, just because you plan on spending the entire weekend binge-watching everything and anything…read more

Quick Tips for Organizing Bedrooms

1. Opt for Storage Under the Bed Get more mileage out of the horizontal space in your bedroom with sliding or rolling under bed storage bins. It’s a great extension of your closet, allowing you to rotate your seasonal items or even store bigger, bulkier items like backpacks, purses and blankets. Plus, the storage hidden…read more

9 Ways to Fall Asleep Faster

If you feel wide awake when your head hits the pillow at night, you’re not alone. Approximately 60 million Americans report having experienced insomnia in any given year, according to the National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke. Even worse, 40 million Americans suffer from long-term sleep disorders. Missing sleep is nothing to yawn about….read more

Light from gadgets, causes younger teens to be sleep-deprived

A simple light exposure at night can significantly disrupt the sleep time of kids, particularly lights coming from tablets or phones, a new study suggests. The findings show taking a gadget an hour before bed could really hurt a kid’s sleeping pattern. The study, published in the journal Clinical Endocrinology & Metabolism, says people can…read more

Why You Talk in Your Sleep

Watch the latest video at Sleep talking can be embarrassing and even disrupt other sleepers, but most people don’t even realize they’re doing it. We got this email from a viewer: Dear Dr. Manny, My roommate tells me that I talk a lot in my sleep, but I don’t know why. What does it…read more

17 Foods That Can Help You Live Longer

The world’s oldest person, 116-year old Susannah Mushatt Jones, enjoys a hearty meal of bacon, eggs and grits most mornings. The breakfast sounds delicious, but unless Jones has upended decades of nutritional science, it is unlikely the secret to her long and healthy life. Eggs and grits aside, there are foods that, if eaten routinely enough,…read more