sleep

Getting enough sleep is important for long-term health. Learn why sleep is important and how you can improve your sleep quality.

By uclahealth • August 10, 2022

Science is leading us to a much more specific understanding of migraine and also to much more specific and effective therapies,’ says Andrew Charles, MD

By uclahealth • June 13, 2022

UCLA Health study finds significant value in combining trackers with personalized feedback for long-term success.

By uclahealth • February 10, 2022

You’re not imagining things when it seems that the allure of sweet and fatty foods gets stronger when you’re tired or run down. Research has found a link between sleep and our endocrine system.

By Ask the Doctors • November 15, 2021

Ask the Doctors answers a few of your most-asked questions this month

By Ask the Doctors • October 11, 2021

Habitual snoring could be obstructing your sleep

By uclahealth • August 9, 2021

Stress, anxiety and a decrease in physical activity all play a role in low-quality sleep

By Ask the Doctors • July 30, 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

Learn how NREM sleep can combat Alzheimer's

By uclahealth • March 31, 2021

Numerous studies have linked the time shift to increases in workplace, automobile accidents, and health effects

By Ask the Doctors • March 12, 2021