World Sleep Day, on Friday, March 19, should bring a collective focus to "regular sleep for healthy future."
Sleeping poorly? Insomnia is one of the most common sleep problems.
Decades of studying aging and sleep inform tips from a researcher, who also co-authored a recently published paper on insomnia.
Chatting on the phone with a sleep coach and keeping a nightly sleep diary can significantly improve sleep quality and reduce insomnia in women through menopause, according to a study published today in JAMA Internal Medicine.