What are your sleep busters?
For better health, make sleep a priority. Start by identifying and confronting challenges to a good night's sleep. Includes tips for better sleep.
How a sleep diary can transform how you feel
Feeling run-down? Grab a pen and paper and start tracking what might be getting in the way of your good night's rest. And get back to your more-resilient self.
Sleep tips: 6 steps to better sleep
Better sleep can be yours! Consider sleep tips for the weary.
Sleep aids: Understand options sold without a prescription
Get the facts on common sleep aids sold without a prescription, including precautions and side effects.
Napping: Do's and don'ts for healthy adults
Napping can benefit your health. Find out how to make the most of a nap.
Melatonin side effects: What are the risks?
Melatonin is generally safe for short-term use but can cause side effects.
Sleep aids: Could antihistamines help me sleep?
Antihistamines are somewhat effective as sleep aids — but only for occasional insomnia.
Mayo Clinic Minute: Sleep Spoiler - Tips for a Good Night's Rest
Follow these tips for a good night's sleep.
Sleep-tracking devices: Dos and don'ts
Sleep trackers may help improve your sleep, but don't jump to conclusions based on your data. Get the facts from a Mayo Clinic wellness specialist.
Stressed out? Skip the late show
Getting enough sleep can help you handle the demands of daily life. For most adults, seven to eight hours a night is the right amount. If you're drowsy during the day, your bedtime routine may need a tuneup. Try these tips: 1. Don't go to bed hungry or stuffed. 2. Create a relaxing bedtime ritual, such as taking a bath. 3. Limit daytime naps. 4. Keep your bedtime consistent, including on weekends. 5. Jot down worries and set them aside for the next day.
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