Many adults don't get sufficient sleep, whether by choice (staying up late to "relax" or cross another item off the to-do list) or due to sleep problems. If you feel your well-being suffers from lack of sleep, the following resources may help you prioritize sleep and combat common sleep issues.
The amount of sleep you need changes as you age. Determine whether you're getting sufficient sleep.
Read an overview of the various methods you can use to assess your individual sleep needs.
Sleep trackers are gaining in popularity. Understand the differences between the various types.
"Sleep hygiene" is a term that describes the behaviors and behavioral interventions you can use to promote better sleep.
Set yourself up for a more restful night by establishing a bedtime routine to help you wind down before bed.
Learn about the most popular and effective options for treating obstructive sleep apnea and relieving snoring.