If you often use a computer, tablet or smartphone from bed or late at night you need to read this, because reading from one of these devices in the evening is seriously hurting your sleep and increasing the risk of poor health and well-being.
Forget the performance-enhancing drugs. Research finds that sleeping soundly every night significantly boosts athletic performance.
New research finds sleep is associated with not only how much we eat, but what we eat.
Flotation therapy is growing in popularity for reducing stress and pain, and speeding up healing. Now we find the evidence to back that up.
We know that daylight saving time and its reversal in the fall changes our clocks. But does it change our body clocks and does it have negative effects upon our health? The research says yes.
Research confirms that aged garlic reduces blood pressure. We can now add garlic to a list of several other natural strategies proven to reduce hypertension.
Research is indicating women absorb pharmaceutical drugs at a greater rate than men – and could be more affected by their negative side effects. Does this issue affect herbal medicines?
Bipolar disorder affects more than 13 million Americans and over 170 million people around the world. New research confirms bipolar disorder may be a lot simpler than previously thought.
New research has found that poor sleep increases the risk of Alzheimer’s disease, increases the risk of dying from the disease, and increases the risk of Lewy body dementia.
Multiple studies now support the fact that a lack of sleep changes brain activity and increases the urge to eat more. Sleep deficiency also produces the inclination to eat more high calorie foods.
Researchers from the University of Pennsylvania’s Center for Sleep and Circadian Neurobiology have confirmed that certain nutrients are conducive to better quality sleep and sleep duration.
New research from around the world is proving that Ashwagandha has numerous medicinal benefits. They also prove the effects of this ancient Ayurvedic herbal remedy are more than just anecdotal.
Researchers from the Sleep and Neuroimaging Laboratory at the University of California at Berkeley have confirmed that loss of memory as we get older is linked to poor sleep quality and atrophy of the brain’s prefrontal lobe.
An international group of researchers has established in a clinic human study that tart cherries increase sleep duration and sleep quality. The researchers found that…