To Sleep Better, Spend More Time in the Dark

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Virtually every organ in your body has its own circadian clock, and to keep them all in sync, you need to keep a regular waking and sleeping schedule that is linked to the rising and setting of the sun Continue reading

Some Things You Can Do in Your Sleep, Literally

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Your brain doesn’t simply “turn off” while you’re sleeping; it goes through periods of deep sleep and activity – activity levels similar to those that occur when you’re awake

Using an electroencephalogram (EEG) to record brain activity, Continue reading

Melatonin Regulates Our Cycles, Mood, Reproduction, Weight and May Help Combat Cancer

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The hormone melatonin is most known for its role in helping you sleep, but research indicates it also help protect your brain health and fight against cancer, diabetes, Alzheimer’s, heart disease and more

Melatonin appears to Continue reading