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There's been a wave of fiction about an insomnia epidemic, as if some collective anxiety is bubbling up...But Karen Russell's new novella " Sleep Donation " is still something pretty unique: a look at people in the nonprofit sector, struggling with
Richard Wiseman looks at some solutions Are you an insomniac? Share your experiences Richard Wiseman When you are sleep-deprived, you struggle to think straight. Photograph: Tony Stone Increased workloads and 24-hour access to the internet have
Older people are willing and able to get themselves off medications like sleeping pills once they're informed of the potential harms, according to a new Canadian study. "Even among patients who have been taking sleeping pills for 30 years, many of
Michael Grandner, a sleep researcher at the University of Pennsylvania, says the best way to start adjusting your diet is to eliminate foods that interfere with sleep. The obvious one is caffeine, he says, but people forget about it. They'll drink a
Dr. Sangal, of the Sleep & Attention Disorders Institute , is offering a free evaluation to the victim of a near-fatal car crash after an incident of drowsy driving. A Michigan teen was nearly impaled last week after careening off the road when he
One always persists in lying there in bed in the hope of dropping off into a deep slumber of beautiful and intricate dreams...But you have to "get" it, as we've all been admonished since the beginning...But my guru in the sleeping business said: "It'
In today's times, where the "work, work and work some more" mentality has seeped deep into business and home lives, the notion of sleep seems to be synonymous with "laziness." To sleep, some feel, is to express blatant disregard of emails, texts,
Researchers in Taiwan studied health records of over 21,000 people suffering from insomnia. Insomnia was found to increase the risk of stroke in young adults. Insomniacs had the highest risk of stroke compared to those who had no sleep problems.
The risk of stroke may be much higher in people with insomnia compared to those who do not have trouble sleeping, a new research has claimed. The risk also seems to be far greater when insomnia occurs as a young adult compared to those who are older,
While partying and pulling all-nighters are obvious culprits, researchers are also blaming the use of phones, tablets and TVs before bed. And some of us are so attached to our gadgets that we even take them to bed with us, the Daily Star reported.