The latest news on sleep disorders
Often undiagnosed, the nocturnal breathing problem puts surgery patients in danger.
Having sleep apnea increases your risk of complications. Dr. Chung explains how to take precautions.
But successful treatment will still mean careful follow-up.
The excuse that working out will make it tough to fall asleep turns out to be pretty flimsy.
Cheap, convenient tests for diagnosing apnea are gaining ground, but critics question their accuracy.
Indiplon didn't win FDA approval, but people who can't sleep can try Ambien and other sleep meds, too.
Whole-Grain Cereal's Heart Benefits; Sleep Matters; the Happiness Factor and Cancer
Chronic sleep problems often signal other medical or psychiatric problems, particularly in women.
If you want a child to succeed in school, new research suggests sleep will help.
RLS is often a lifelong condition, though some people may go days or months without any symptoms.