You Have a 1-in-4 Chance of Being a Poor Sleeper

New US research has found that around 25 percent of Americans develop acute insomnia each year, even if they are usually good sleepers. Carried out by researchers at the Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania, the new study recruited 1,435...

Melatonin is Not the Way to Go to Give You a Good Night’s Sleep

The most commonly reported side effect of melatonin supplements is drowsiness, followed by headache and dizziness. Drowsiness and impaired mental alertness and balance may occur for about six hours after taking melatonin (these effects may last longer or carry over...