delayed sleep phase syndrome

Melatonin May Help You Get a Better Night’s Sleep

Melatonin is called the “hormone of darkness” because it helps signal the body that it’s night and time to sleep. It’s secreted by the pineal gland in the brain about every 24 hours in a dark environment, typically starting around 90 minutes before you usually fall asleep. Levels stay elevated … Read More

How to Sleep Better at Night—Naturally

You know what happens when you don’t sleep well: You feel sluggish in the daytime, and your concentration suffers. Poor or insufficient sleep has been linked to other problems, too, such as declined immune function and an increased risk of diabetes and high blood pressure. In your struggle to find … Read More

The Loss of Sense of Smell: Here’s Why It Matters

Don’t sniff a the loss of sense of smell. Besides a connection to dementia, there are health and nutrition factors that make hyposmia (reduction), parosmia (distortion), or anosmia (complete loss) worth investigating. There are a number of benign—albeit annoying—reasons you don’t smell well, but a connection to dementia may make … Read More

Why Can’t I Sleep? Remedies for Sleep Disorder

Suffering from bouts of insomnia—and not exactly sure of what's causing it? You’re not alone. There are millions of people just like you who wonder, "Why can’t I sleep?" Anyone who has to ask that question may benefit from these common-sense behaviors, each of which can lead to a better … Read More

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