Sleep & Fatigue
Skimping on sleep can up your chances of gaining weight and make you susceptible to disease. That’s not all.
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Sleep & Fatigue
Ask the Bloggers: Do You Nap? | Blog Post
Is there anything more decadent than an afternoon nap (or, even more indulgent, a mid-morning nap)? We didn't think so, which is why this week, we asked our bloggers: Do you nap? Long ones or short...
Good Sleeping Posture Helps Your Back | Article
Regardless of what sleeping position you prefer, keep your ears, shoulders, and hips aligned.
Learn How to Prevent Fatigue | Article
If you regularly feel weary after waking from a good night’s sleep or for no apparent reason, it’s time to find out why.
Chronic Fatigue Syndrome Still a Mystery | Article
Picture being able to accomplish only half as much each day as you used to—with nothing obvious to account for your exhaustion. That's life for people suffering from CFS.
Hope for Chronic Fatigue Sufferers | Article
Chronic fatigue and immune dysfunction syndrome is a medical condition marked by lingering fatigue with no explained cause. About 800,000 Americans, including children, have the illness.
Get the ZZZs You Need | Article
If it often takes you more than 30 minutes to fall asleep at night or you wake up frequently during the night and have a hard time going back to sleep, you could have a sleep problem that needs attention...
"Help Me Sleep": A Wish Is Finally Granted | Blog Post
I have never been very good at sleeping. More ›
For middle-aged adults, sleeping less than six or more than eight hours a night is associated with a decline in brain function, British researchers contend.