Daylight saving time recently ended. When it did, I saw some headlines saying that it’s bad for our health. Seriously?
After a drink or two, I notice that I fall asleep faster than usual. But, increasingly, I find that sleep doesn’t last, as I awaken in the middle of the night and often have a hard time getting back to sleep. What’s going on?
For 2022, I’ve resolved to get enough sleep. But if I fall behind, what does it take to get caught back up?
Each week, OMRF Vice President of Research Dr. Rod McEver opens “Adam’s Journal” to answer a medical question from Adam Cohen, OMRF’s senior vice president & general counsel and interim president. Adam’s Journal As I’ve grown older (I’m 53), I’ve noticed that I seem to be sleeping less. In particular, I tend to wake in […]
Studies suggest if you find yourself sleeping less than five or six hours per night, you could be up to four times more likely to catch a cold.
Research shows 7-8 hours of sleep can help you mount a better defense.