Do you find yourself unable to fall asleep at conventional bedtimes? Do you find your sleep time to be delayed by several hours after midnight? If so, you might be experiencing delayed sleep phase syndrome.
After a busy day of working or dealing with the kids, do you ever stay up late at night just to get some "me" time instead of going to sleep? If so, you may be in the habit of doing what's called revenge bedtime procrastination or simply sleep procrastination.
Are you searching for the antidepressant medication mirtazapine and its effects in the treatment of insomnia (sleeping difficulties)? Here is an in-depth article about mirtazapine and how it is used for relieving insomnia.
There are lots of natural supplements that you can try to help you get to sleep faster and stay that way through the night. Today, we'll discuss these natural supplements for sleep to help you decide which is best for you.
In recent years, doctors have begun to prescribe Seroquel for sleep even though it is primarily used as an antipsychotic with sedation as a secondary effect. What is the clinical evidence behind Seroquel for insomnia, and is it effective?
Zoloft is a commonly prescribed medication to treat depression, anxiety disorders, obsessive compulsive disorders and other emotionally induced stress disorders. However, it is also known to cause insomnia in some people. Learn about Zoloft insomnia and how to treat it.
Part 1 of Our Science Series | Learn about why sleep matters and how poor sleep can affect your physical health, mental health, and productivity. Learn the causes behind insomnia.