Snoring and Sleep Apnea: Sound Asleep - October 25, 2007 11:59 AM
Almost everyone has a friend, sibling, parent, or partner who snores. If you've ever spent the night in the same room as a snorer (and especially if that snorer was you), it will come as no surprise that, according to a 2005 poll by the National Sleep Foundation, poor sleep can have a negative effect on many aspects of life-relationships, work, and even a person's ability to drive. Start sleeping peacefully again-use the Web to find sites that can educate you about snoring and sleep apnea and possible treatment options.
Insomnia - October 09, 2007 10:40 PM
A 2002 poll by the National Sleep Foundation found that 58 percent of American adults exhibit symptoms of insomnia at least a couple nights each week. Sleeplessness is something we've likely all experienced at some point in our lives. Whether it was brought on because of stress, caffeine, or a genuine sleep disorder, those hours of tossing and turning, when your mind feels wired and your eyes refuse to get heavy, are so uncomfortable they're hard to forget. Use this guide to find the Web's best sources of information on insomnia.
Rest Assured: The Web Can Help You Sleep Better - June 22, 2007 11:57 AM
If you're having trouble sleeping, seek counsel! And with the Web acting as your personal sleep counselor, you'll find advice on getting a good night's sleep, information on what could be keeping you up at night, a host of theories about the function and meaning of dreams, resources to help you sleep better, and the latest professional research.