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Having a nightcap, surfing the web, turning up the heat — see which habits can negatively affect your sleep.

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Thursday, April 27, 2017

Sleep Well

Slideshow

How to Ruin a Good Night’s Sleep

Having a nightcap, surfing the web, turning up the heat — see which habits can negatively affect your sleep.

Quiz

Could You Get Sleep Apnea?

What’s the connection between snoring and sleep apnea? Can yodeling or playing the didgeridoo improve sleep apnea symptoms? Find out.

Slideshow

How Your Daytime Activities Affect Nighttime Sleep

Exercise has an effect. So do snacks. See what to do (and not do) before bed to get to sleep and stay that way.

Slideshow

11 Wake-Up Tips

Simple things like moving your alarm clock and opening the curtains to the sun may make your mornings more pleasant.

Message Board

I Can’t Sleep. How Do I Stop This Insomnia?

One user suggests stopping mental conversations, and another recommends a sleep study. What’s your advice?

Article

Problems With Sex?

It could be sleep apnea. See how the condition can affect your love life and what else it can affect.

Top Picks

What Aging Has to Do With Sleep

Sleep Paralysis 101

Lose Sleep and Lose Your Memory?

Get Better Sleep

Can’t Sleep? Change Your Diet

Yoga Moves to Help You Sleep

Article

Sleep and Depression: What’s the Link?

The inability to sleep is a sign of depression, but so is oversleeping. We make sense of the connection.

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