For a long time, most people assumed that sleeping pills were "deadweight" because they don't work. However, new research shows that sleep pills actually help us sleep better. Here are some examples: The Sleep Revolution: The science behind sleep science and technology. Sleep Matters: A collection of sleep-related articles about the scientific evidence behind sleep and sleep disorders. Sleep Talk: A review of research on sleep and circadian rhythm. Sleep Therapy: A list of sleep and sleep studies that you can use in your clinical practice. Sleep Well With Science: A blog featuring a wide variety of sleep-related articles. The Sleep Guru: A guide to sleep, sleep habits, sleep problems, and sleep medicine. The Sleep Blog: A blog about sleep and health. The Sleep Research Journal: A free monthly journal that covers sleep research. The Sleep Medicine Journal: A monthly journal with articles on sleep medicine. Sleep and Nutrition : A podcast about sleep.
Here is a list of sleep disorders and why they are common.
Alzheimer's disease: Alzheimer's disease is a brain disease that causes the brain to lose memory. The symptoms include memory loss, cognitive impairment, and dementia. There are more than 2 million Americans who have Alzheimer's disease and a million in the United States alone.