Poor sleep affects your gut microbiome and a poor gut microbiome affects your sleep.
Researchers at Nova Southeastern University found that gut health and sleep health are intertwined with one likely affecting the other.
November 04, 2019
Some answers are revealed as to why those who sleep less tend to weigh more.
Penn State researchers explained In a report in the Journal of Lipid Research how lack of sleep can lead people to feel less full after eating and how it causes the body to store more fat.
September 23, 2019
Increased oxygen could be the key to making sure you have a deeper sleep.
Increasing the oxygen level of rats in this study meant their brains experienced more slow-wave sleep patterns.
May 20, 2019
The importance of a good night's sleep has now been linked to heart health through a new study.
Researchers discovered when sleep is sound there is a link between the brain, bone marrow and blood vessels that protect against the development of atherosclerosis or a hardening of the arteries.
February 18, 2019
Research shows how pain and lack of sleep can lead to a spiral of more pain and less sleep
New research from the University of California at Berkeley shows the body’s ability to manage pain is controlled in part by the amount of sleep it gets.
February 04, 2019
The sleep you get or don't get as a child could affect your weight as a teenager.
Children who don’t have regular bedtimes and don’t get sufficient sleep are more likely to have a higher body mass index (BMI) as a teenager.
January 14, 2019
It's not hard to see the cascading effects of poor sleep after reading this study
More evidence of the importance of sleep was revealed in the findings of a recent study by the University of Arizona. Researchers discovered that our sleep affects our nutritional choices and our nutritional choices affect our sleep.
June 18, 2018
More benefits from a good night of sleep are being discovered all of the time
The results of a new study published in The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition show that increasing the amount of sleep you get can lead to lower sugar intake. Researchers at King’s College in London worked with a group of 42 volunteers who were regularly getting less than the recommended minimum seven hours of sleep per night for adults.
January 22, 2018