Ah, caffeine. We drink it during the day to stay awake, but that can sometimes result in sleepless nights. Now, a new app could help with that problem.
As we turn the clocks ahead and lost an hour of sleep this weekend, you’ll see a lot of bleary eyed co-workers on Monday.
Ukee Washington talks with Dr. Calvin Stafford, the medical director of Crozer Keystone Sleep Center at Taylor Hospital, about the importance of sleep.
New research demonstrates that when students at boarding schools began school at 8:25 a.m. (versus 8 a.m.), they were able to get 29 minutes more sleep per night.
The Argus Motion and Fitness Tracker not only counts your steps and maps your daily routine, but monitors your sleep cycles and lets you keep a food diary.
Many Americans struggle with feeling tired, needing a nap. One researcher says something that may happen during a nap could be a clue to whether you’re actually sleep deprived. 3 On Your Side Health Reporter Stephanie Stahl explains.
If getting more sleep is one of your New Year’s resolutions for 2014, you’re not alone.
Why does the tag on the mattress say “do not remove under penalty of law”.
Waking up is never fun, but it’s a little less torturous with the Carrot Alarm app.
Got insomnia? There’s an app for that. White Noise is designed to not only help you sleep better, but to wake up more gently as well.
3 On Your Side Health Reporter Stephanie Stahl has more on a first-of-its kind study linking midday napping to better learning.
The Smart Alarm Clock studies your sleep phases, determining exactly when your body is most rested and ready to wake up.
The app, which costs 99-cents and is available for Android and iOS devices, works by recording short snippets of sound while you’re asleep.
Dr. Andre Garabedian stopped by with information on how to get a good night of sleep.
Sleep is critical to brain development, memory function, and cognitive skills and discussions have been held for years about sleep-deprived teens and the effect it has on their schooling.