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Groaning at night, known as catathrenia, might be the reason why your partner is keeping you awake...
Early risers become less honest as the day goes on, a US study has found.
Eating cheese before bedtime does affect the quality of sleep and the content of dreams, according to a new study.
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Everyone who snores does not have sleep apnea, says Dr Darren Green.
The challenge of a new baby can disrupt the hormone balance and lead to many sleepless nights.
Research shows that almost six in ten of us are not getting enough sleep - a 50 percent increase on just a year ago.
Sleep expert Vicki Dawson has hit on the solution for insomnia - half a banana at bedtime.
A study suggests that nighttime wakefulness may be linked to your ability to recall your dreams, writes Meeri Kim.
As women get older, the more likely they are to snore, but there is a solution.
Boosting levels of omega-3 fatty acids resulted in children sleeping for longer and waking up less in the night, a study has shown.
One in 20 drivers suffers from a sleeping disorder that puts them at risk of nodding off at the wheel.
Analysis of more than half a billion Twitter messages showed that people wake up in a good mood.
Researchers think the problems of juggling work and family life may be why women sleep badly.
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