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The way you feel, think and act during your waking hours hinges on how well you sleep at night. Similarly, your daytime habits can seriously impact the quality and quantity of sleep you get at night. While there is no magic cure-all for improving sleep, by better understanding the different sleep problems, you can identify your specific issues and start to get a better night's rest.

How to Sleep Better

Making these simple but important changes to your daytime routine and bedtime habits can have a profound impact on how well you sleep.


By addressing the underlying causes of your insomnia and making these changes to your daily habits and sleep environment, you can finally get a good night’s sleep.

How to Stop Snoring

Sleeping in separate bedrooms isn’t the only remedy for snoring. These effective solutions can help both you and your partner sleep better at night.

Sleep Needs

By understanding your nightly sleep needs and how to bounce back from sleep loss, you can finally get on a healthy sleep schedule and improve the quality of your waking life.

Sleep Disorders and Problems

Sleep disorders can take a serious toll on your health, leading to memory problems, weight gain, and a negative impact on your energy and mood. But there are solutions.

Sleeping Pills and Natural Sleep Aids

It’s the middle of the night, and you’re staring at the ceiling. Sleep just won’t come, so you reach for a sleeping pill. But what are the side effects and safety concerns of sleep medications?

Sleep Tips for Older Adults

Insomnia is not a normal part of aging. These tips can help you overcome age-related sleep problems and get a good night’s rest.

Sleep Apnea

Sleep apnea is a common disorder where your breathing repeatedly stops and starts as you sleep. Here are some steps you can take to deal with the problem.

Restless Legs Syndrome (RLS)

Do strange and unpleasant sensations in your legs keep you up at night? These self-help remedies can quiet your restless legs and give you a peaceful, refreshing sleep.


While there is not yet a cure for narcolepsy, there are plenty of ways you can reduce the symptoms, improve your alertness, and enjoy a full and active life.

Therapy for Sleep Disorders

For many sleep problems, therapy can be more effective than sleeping pills—but without the unpleasant side effects or long-term health concerns.