sleep hygiene

Nighttime lighting not only disrupts your circadian rhythm, but also contributes to health issues

By Ask the Doctors • August 10, 2022

Imagine getting 40 minutes more of uninterrupted, quality sleep per night

By Ask the Doctors • April 4, 2022

Research has shown that people who put in long work hours can be at higher risk of developing high blood pressure than those who work shorter hours

By Ask the Doctors • February 7, 2022

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

By Ask the Doctors • January 12, 2022

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

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

By Ask the Doctors • May 17, 2021

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

Dear Doctor: I’m 81 and usually go to bed by 10:30 p.m. and, though I would like to sleep until 7 or 7:30 a.m., I wake up after 5 or 5 ½ hours. I’ve tried 3 milligrams of melatonin, then 5 milligrams. What else can I do?

By Ask the Doctors • June 22, 2018