There are few things more frustrating than not being able to go to sleep. The harder you try, the harder it is to make your body shut down, and your anxiety builds and builds. But you can outsmart your own insomnia. This video should help.
A lot of us suck at sleep. But exactly how do we suck at it? Do we toss and turn a lot? Snore? Are we roused by outside noises? Well, the new Misfit Beddit Sleep System promises to answer those questions.
In today's world we have lots of sleep aides like Tempur-Pedic beds and, uh, Ambien. But if you're still using the bore-yourself-to-sleep method, some bad news is coming down the pike: Counting sheep doesn't work.
Confession: I am both an insomniac and a procrastinator. I don't fall asleep and I wait until the last possible moment to get something done. So I've pulled more all-nighters than anyone I know. Is this smart? No. Is this healthy? No. Has it taken years off of my life? Probably.
Counting sheep, popping sleeping pills and staring blindly at the ceiling wont help you get to sleep as quickly as a cooling brain cap says a study presented at the Sleep 2011 Conference.
According to sleep experts, the iPad's bright LCD display could be hampering your body's ability to create melatonin. Translation: Insomnia. The Kindle and other e-ink devices, on the other hand, won't disrupt your sleep cycle.
"A brand-new sleeping aid. No pills. No fuss. Just sleep," says the sales pitch. Oh really? And where is the fun in that, exactly?
Extensive studies conducted by universities in the US and Sweden show that a certain dose of radio frequency before bedtime causes insomnia. While there is plenty of number crunching yet to come to determine the exact relationships between exposure to 884MHz RF and loss of sleep, the key message from one of the…