• Here are some wake-up routines to help you become more of a morning person.

  • Sleep hygiene is routines or habits that promote more restful and restorative sleep. Find out more about how you can improve your sleep.

  • Insomnia can refer to difficulty getting to sleep, difficulty staying asleep, waking up early without being able to return to sleep, or a combination of the three. Problems with sleep are often associated with medical and mental health conditions, as well as the use of drugs, alcohol, and medications.

  • The first description of restless legs associated with severe sleep disturbances was written by the English physician Sir Thomas Willis (1621-1675). Although we now know more about the features and treatment of this condition, in many cases the cause of this condition remains elusive.

  • Sleep needs and patterns may change as we get older. Learn more about specific sleep disorders that become more common as we age and lifestyle habits that could help to improve your sleep.

  • - Dr. Ray Baker She started taking them two years ago after her second panic attack when her marriage was failing and she couldn't sleep. The pills worked for a while but now she feels just as anxious and depressed while taking them as she did before she started. Recently she tried stopping the medication, but after three days she began to experience worsening anxiety, insomnia, tremors and strange shooting pains in her abdomen and pelvis.

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