Sleeping Well

  1. Good Night, Sleep Tight

    Insomnia, trouble falling asleep or trouble sleeping, is a growing problem in the United States.

  2. Insomnia

    If you experience difficulty falling asleep, staying asleep, or enjoying a restful night's sleep, you may be suffering from insomnia.

  3. Overview of Sleep Problems

    Sleep is essential to physical and emotional health. Adequate sleep may also play a role in helping the body recover from illness and injury.

  4. Paybacks for Lost Sleep

    Do you have sleep debt? Lack of sleep, or "sleep debt," can leave you feeling tired, listless and sleepy on a daily basis.

  5. Sleep Apnea

    Sleep apnea is a breathing disorder in which a person experiences brief interruptions of breathing during sleep.

  6. What Do You Really Know About Sleep?

    A good night's sleep—everyone needs it, but not everyone gets it. We stay up late and get up early, and then wonder why we always feel tired.

  7. Why the Doctor Treats Snoring Seriously

    The movies and television depict snoring as funny, even hilarious. But snoring is no joke: It's a medical problem that can have serious health and social implications.

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