Watch: For the lazy souls who can't get out of bed; this 'ejector bed' will literally kick you out!
Watch: For the lazy souls who can't get out of bed; this 'ejector bed' will literally kick you out!

This crazy invention is designed for lazy and stubborn souls like you! Forget all alarms and say hello to this wake up device.

Sleep in side positions to avoid Alzheimer's

Developing a simple practice of sleeping in the side-position, as compared to sleeping on one's back or stomach, may help you reduce the chances of developing Alzheimer's, Parkinson's and other neurological disorders.

A good night's sleep sharpens our memories

 After a good night's sleep, we are more likely to recall facts which we could not remember while still awake, researchers have found.

Poor sleeping habits linked to low self control

Poor sleep habits can have a negative effect on self-control, which presents risks to individuals' personal and professional lives, a new study has found.

Here's what less sleep will do to you in just one day

A new study has linked partial sleep deprivation to biological aging in older adults.

How later school start times may help alleviate insufficient sleep in teens

A new research has suggested that school start time is associated with greater sleep duration which may help to alleviate current cases of insufficient sleep in US youths.

How sleep deprivation affects our decision making power during crises

Lack of sleep can do more than just making us feel drowsy, for a new study claims that if a person was deprived of "shut eye" time, it could hamper their decision-making power in time of crisis.

Insomnia likely to worsen chronic pain

People who have problems sleeping may also be more sensitive to pain, thus potentially worsening the effects of chronic pain conditions, shows new research.

Sleeping too much or too less can actually kill you

If you tend sleep over 9 hours or less than 6, chances are you might die early.

Hormone helps you get good night's sleep

Melatonin supplements are commonly taken as a sleep aid but new research reveals that even in the absence of a supplement, naturally occurring melatonin hormone may help us fall asleep.

Sleeping more than 8 hours linked with greater risk of stroke

A new research has indicated that sleeping over 8 hours a day associated with greater risk of stroke.

How much sleep do we really need?

The National Sleep Foundation in the US has done an extensive research and chalked out guidelines on how much sleep you really need at each age.

Babies' 'busy' brains create new knowledge even while sleeping
Babies' 'busy' brains create new knowledge even while sleeping

It might look like all what babies did was eat, sleep and cry, but in reality their brains are constantly working and creating new knowledge even while they sleep.

Sleeping on stomach ups risk of sudden death in epilepsy

Research shows that those who suffer from epilepsy and sleep on their stomach may be at higher risk of sudden unexpected death, drawing a parallel to sudden infant death syndrome in babies.

`Small screens` prevent kids from sleeping: US study

Children who have access to tablets or smartphones in their bedrooms get less sleep than children who do not have the devices with them at night, a US study said on Monday.

Late-night snacks may damage memory

 Late-night meals may interfere with your memory, a new study has warned.

Unravelling the process of going to sleep

Sleeping is a gradual process and researchers have now developed a method to estimate the dynamic changes in brain activity and behaviour during the transition from wakefulness to sleep.

Amanda Bynes caught sleeping in a mall
Amanda Bynes caught sleeping in a mall

Actress Amanda Bynes was photographed sleeping on a couch at the Beverly Center shopping mall here. The actress took to Twitter to explain herself and her current living situation.

Insomnia triples risk of motor accident deaths

Developing a healthy sleeping habit could be a life saviour as researchers have found that insomnia significantly increases risk of death caused by motor vehicle crashes and other unintentional fatal injuries.

Daylight saving risk to diabetics?

 The twice annual ritual of setting clocks for daylight saving time can affect diabetics adversely, especially those who use insulin pumps.