Sleep is linked to stress, heart disease, diabetes, and obesity. It shouldn’t be a big surprise that sleep is also connected to gut health.
Learning how best to time your meals will not only help you sleep better but will also allow you to maintain a healthier weight.
Caffeine can be a culprit if you’re having trouble sleeping. And it’s in more than coffee, so you may be consuming more than you think!
The secret to top performance? A good night’s sleep!
If you’re experiencing chronic pain from a musculoskeletal disorder (MSD), it has likely interfered with your sleep.
Learn how sleep affects blood sugar, helping you manage diabetes and prediabetes. Dr. Alp Sinan Baran also presents helpful sleep hygiene tips for a better night’s sleep.
You may be aware of the many health risks of smoking, but did you know it can also impact your sleep?
There’s a direct link between poor sleep and mental health issues, with studies showing you can improve one by improving the other.
Getting those recommended 7-9 hours of sleep each night might be difficult, but your heart will thank you for each night of good sleep it can get.
Sleep deprivation has an adverse effect on immune function, and chronic sleep loss can increase your vulnerability to infectious diseases.