New Orleans — Healthy sleep patterns – including rising in the morning; getting between seven and eight hours of sleep every night; and having no insomnia, snoring or excessive daytime sleepiness – could cut your risk of heart failure nearly in half, say researchers at Tulane University.
Washington — If you’re feeling tired, you’re not alone. On average, U.S. adults feel sleepy three days a week – affecting their mood, mental acuity, productivity and more, results of a recent survey suggest.
Muncie, IN — More than 1 out of 3 U.S. working adults aren’t getting enough sleep, and the prevalence of sleep deprivation has increased significantly since 2010, according to researchers from Ball State University.
Darien, IL — Basic employer interventions such as educating workers about the importance of sleep and sharing strategies to improve it may result in better sleep habits, increased productivity and reduced absenteeism, a recent review of research concludes.
Washington — If experiencing rude or negative behavior at work keeps you from getting a good night’s sleep, making efforts to “let it go” after you’ve clocked out may help ward off insomnia, according to a recent study from the American Psychological Association.