Lack of sleep alters the way our brains read facial expressions and could make friendly faces appear more threatening, according to a new study from UC Berkeley.
On this installment of Secrets to Sleep Success with Michael Breus Ph.D., Dr. Breus talks about the serious effects a lack of sleep has on athletes and the public at large.
It’s okay to take a nap. According to a new study by the Stanford Center for Sleep Sciences and Medicine, the 30 minute restorative nap can work wonders, but our industrious culture may keeping us from the sleep of our dreams.
Dozens of huge cargo jets fly over Bay Area neighborhoods daily, and the pilots flying them say lack of rest is creating a big danger below.
Sleep may be the secret to the San Francisco Giants’ winning recipe lately.
Whether it’s a business trip, vacation with family or a solo venture, there’s nothing much worse than feeling under the weather or having an upset stomach from unhealthy foods. Here are 10 tips to stay healthy while traveling.
As if you weren’t already sleep deprived, you’ll get an hour less shut-eye Saturday night no matter what time you turn out the lights.
Adequate sleep does help both brain and body recover from a stretch of deprivation, but that recovery only goes so far.
The California Highway Patrol is launching a campaign this week to raise awareness about the dangers of driving while drowsy.
For millions of couples, snoring is the sound that keeps husbands and wives up at night. A Bay Area company said it has found a solution.