Inside Insomnia

A reported 60 million Americans suffer from insomnia. Will new treatments, methods or technologies help improve their sleep?

Poor Sleep Affects Children

By Joseph A. Buckhalt Ph.D.

Brain imaging shows which areas are involved.

Sleep Hygiene for the Rest of Us

By Toni Bernhard J.D.

Typical sleep advice does not always help those with chronic pain and illness.

Insomnia Impairs Emotional Regulation

By Michael J Breus Ph.D.

Insufficient sleep may contribute to the onset of emotional difficulties.

Paradoxical Insomnia

By John Cline Ph.D.

Sometimes people really are getting more sleep than they think.

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