For many of us, bedtime can become an anxious wait for sleep that never comes and endless hours staring at the ceiling.
EARLY risers are less likely to develop some mental health problems than "night owls", according to a new study.
WEARING woollies in bed may be a more effective insomnia remedy than counting sheep, research suggests.
WE all have nights when we fall seriously short of the recommended eight hours of shuteye.
IN his new book Why We Sleep: The New Science Of Sleep And Dreams, neuroscientist and sleep expert Matthew Walker reveals why hitting that snooze button could save your life.
STAYING in bed longer at the weekend could help reduce the risk of early death, new research suggests.
EVERYONE knows that yawning can be contagious – but now it appears it can be passed from robots to humans too.
A new survey has revealed 91% of Scottish students suffer from poor sleep at university.
WE will be able to enjoy an extra hour under the duvet on Sunday when the clocks go back at 2am – and health and cognitive bonuses – according to sleep experts.
WHETHER it’s the hot and humid weather, worrying about holidays or enjoying the longer nights a little too much, summer can be a difficult time to get enough sleep.
WE all love getting a good night’s sleep, and research increasingly suggests that it’s just as important as diet and exercise for maintaining our health.