Poor sleep quality linked to lower physical activity in people with PTSD
A new study shows that worse sleep quality predicts lower physical activity in people with post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD).
How you cope with stress may increase your risk for insomnia
A new study is the first to identify specific coping behaviors through which stress exposure leads to the development of insomnia.
Twin study links community socioeconomic deprivation to sleep duration
A new study of adult twins suggests that the level of socioeconomic deprivation in a neighborhood is associated with the sleep duration of residents.
American Academy of Sleep Medicine warns against drowsy driving after deadly New Jersey accident
A highway collision that left comedian Tracy Morgan in critical condition and killed his mentor is shedding light on the tragic consequences of drowsy driving, which causes more than 100,000 crashes and 1,550 deaths on American roads each year. The tragedy is a reminder that healthy sleep is essential for driver alertness and roadway safety.
Couples sleep in sync when the wife is satisfied with their marriage
A new study suggests that couples are more likely to sleep in sync when the wife is more satisfied with their marriage.