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Connecting Sleep and Genes
By Craig Cox
Are people with certain genes more prone to sleep disorders?
book-reading-bed
By Craig Cox
Nearly half of the senior set isn’t getting enough sleep, but efforts to address the problem seem to be more entertaining than effective.
clock-mars
By Courtney Helgoe
A study finds a gene for being a late sleeper. 
lavender-oil
By Kaelyn Riley
This popular essential oil can help boost your health and happiness.
sleep-satisfaction
By Laine Bergeson Becco, FMCHC
Calculate your sleep-related health risks by considering these six factors.
sleep-deprived
By Laine Bergeson Becco, FMCHC
Research shows that losing sleep slows your response speeds as much as if you'd had a couple cocktails.
Sleep rhythm
By Laine Bergeson Becco, FMCHC
Aligning your body's clocks is key to your wellness. Here's how to achieve optimum circadian health.
Picture of a bed
By Frank Lipman, MD
How to reset your internal clock and get the rest you need.
woman sleeping
By Experience Life Staff
A new study finds that one bad night’s sleep can harm your body’s metabolic processes. The study’s author explains how.
One Bad Night's Sleep
By Elizabeth Kuster
Researchers have determined that losing just one night of sleep can alter the genes that regulate your metabolism.
social media and millenials
By Craig Cox
Frequent visitors to popular channels may toss and turn more often.
Snacking and Cognitive Function
By Craig Cox
UCLA study suggests late-night meals could lead to cognitive disorders.
Bedtime and Weight Gains
By Craig Cox
A new study suggests staying up too late could lead to added pounds.
How-to-take-a-nap
By Experience Life Staff
A little preparation can help you reap the restorative benefits of a midday rest.
sleep
By Alexandra Smith, MA, LPCC 
Researchers found that subjects who went to sleep and got up earlier reported better moods.
Woman hitting snooze alarm
By Craig Cox
A new study shows cell damage and signs of accelerated aging after only one sleepless night.
Sleep Well Weekend Challenge
By the Experience Life Team
Jump-start a healthier bedtime routine with our Sleep Well Weekend Challenge!
Sleep-Deficit
By Kermit Pattison
Skimping on sleep can increase stress, undermine metabolism, suppress immunity, and set you up for a host of serious health problems.
An illustration of a sleeping person and a brain
By Experience Life Staff
University of Rochester Medical Center research reports that while we sleep, our brains flush out toxins that build up when we’re awake — allowing us to clear our heads.
Bed covers
By Experience Life Staff
Mattresses, pillows, and other bedding can contain chemicals that, while intended to make sleep safer, actually have the opposite effect.
Woman hitting snooze alarm
By Maggie Fazeli Fard
Staff writer and natural night owl Maggie Fazeli Fard shares her tips to become an early bird and considers why it's not always "better" to be a morning person.
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