Sleep

It’s estimated that at least half of all adults snore on occasion, and up to one-fourth are regular snorers. As people reach older age, these percentages rise

By Ask the Doctors • March 11, 2022

Some people find better sleep at night due to the presence of natural lighting

By Ask the Doctors • January 12, 2022

What makes this parasomnia so frightening?

By Chayil Champion • October 15, 2021

Habitual snoring could be obstructing your sleep

By uclahealth • August 9, 2021

The idea that food can affect sleep has deep roots. And with the stresses and uncertainty of the last 18 months, getting a good night's sleep may be difficult

By Ask the Doctors • August 2, 2021

Sweating is a cooling mechanisms that helps to maintain the narrow temperature range the body’s physical and chemical processes require for optimal function

By Ask the Doctors • May 19, 2021

Reclaiming a good night’s sleep is a process, it takes consistency and discipline

By Ask the Doctors • May 17, 2021

Should you position your baby back on their backs if they roll over?

By Ask the Doctors • April 16, 2021

Learn more about the benefits of napping

By Ask the Doctors • December 23, 2020

Sleep is essential to a healthy and high-quality life. It can help you achieve mental clarity, fight off illness and maintain a healthy weight. Unfortunately, 20 to 30 percent of people sleep poorly. Even worse, 10 percent of people have chronic insomnia — difficulty falling or staying asleep. Good sleep [...]

By uclahealth • August 11, 2019