Sleep loss of one night can alter genes

Losing even one night of sleep can alter your genes, putting you at an increased risk of obesity and Type 2 diabetes, new research says.

Sleep-deprived brain can put you at risk

Sleep deprivation hampers our ability to accurately read facial expressions and can put us at various risks in daily life, shows a study.

Proper sleep is essential for good health!

A research has been made that sleep tells a lot about ones personality. Those who wake up early in the morning and eat their breakfast on time are healthy where else those who wake up late after 8 in the morning tend to increase more calories.

Cate Blanchett feels sleep deprived
Cate Blanchett feels sleep deprived

Actress Cate Blanchett says she is exhausted since expanding her family to four children.

Poor sleep may make you more impulsive

Sleep deprivation may put you at increased risk for succumbing to impulsive desires, inattentiveness and questionable decision-making, says a study.

Poor sleep causes negativity in women with bipolar disorder

Poor sleep is associated with negative mood in women with bipolar disorder, says a new study.

Here's how you may keep Alzheimer's at bay

 Many programs have been designed around the scientific evidence over the time that may help in preventing Alzheimer's disease.

Why we get less sleep now than our ancestors did

Access to artificial light and electricity has shortened the hours of sleep humans get each night, says a study that compared traditional hunter-gatherer living conditions to a more modern setting.

Less sleep? Blame easy access to electricity

As per a new study, easy access to electricity and artificial light triggers a measurable reduction in human sleep.

Genes decide how many hours you sleep

Most of us need seven to eight hours of sleep a night to function well, but some people seem to need a lot less sleep. The difference is largely due to genetic variability, new research says.

Future in-flight entertainment will know when you're asleep

The next generation of in-flight entertainment will include screens that know when you`ve fallen asleep, while new apps will very soon let you sync your personal devices with the onboard system.

'Sleepless nights' could pose heart disease risks equivalent to smoking

In a new study, scientist have found that a bad night's sleep could trigger health risks equivalent to that of smoking.

Poor sleep may double heart attack risk

 When it comes to health of your heart, a bad night's sleep could be as bad as smoking. Researchers have found that sleep disturbances may double the risk of heart attack and stroke in men.

Here's how sleep affects memory

 A new study has integrated neuroscience and psychological research to reveal how sleep is more complex than previously imagined.

Sleep aids memory even after concussion

 Sleep helps memory consolidation even in individuals who sustain mild traumatic brain injury (TBI), also known as concussion, new research has found.

Disrupted sleep can make you obese

A bad night's sleep can affect our ability to perform daily chores, leading to excessive food intake in both kids and adults, researchers from University of Nebraska-Lincoln have found.

Gwen Stefani loves to sleep
Gwen Stefani loves to sleep

 Singer Gwen Stefani loves sleeping, and says she would do it all day long if she had the chance.

Sleep helps us learn and memorise: Study

 Scientists have found the underlying mechanism of how sleep helps us learn and memorise.

Sleeping with lights on can make you fat

A new study has found that people who sleep with light on or while watching TV or using mobile phones are tends to put on weight.

Bedtime routine makes kids sleep better

Children going to bed at a fixed time every night have a much better sleep than those who do not follow a bedtime routine, says a study involving over 10,000 mothers from 14 countries.