Insomniacs looking for a good night's sleep may want to hit the treadmill, take a walk or play a game of golf or tennis because a new report released on Monday shows exercise promotes good sleep and the more vigorous the workout, the better.
Over a third of Middle Eastern workers (35 per cent) say they have to sacrifice sleep to fit in personal and work commitments, either by waking up too early or by burning the midnight oil, according to a global report by Regus.
Philips will launch HealWell, a lighting solution for hospitals designed to help care providers enhance the healing environment in patient rooms, at Arab Health 2012.
HealWell combines the positive, regulating biological effects of light w
More than half of Bahrain's population is unable to get the recommended eight hours of sleep a night, a recent survey said.
The findings, by Dubai-based Zarca Interactive, also found 69 per cent of the population do not have time for break
A nap during the day enhances the brain’s capability to take in and process new information, said a report.
Volunteers who took a 90-minute nap during the day did better at cognitive tests than those who made to stay awake throughout the d
A recent consumer research conducted by GlaxoSmithKline (GSK), a world leader in healthcare, in Saudi Arabia reveals that 34 per cent adults in the kingdom experienced breathing problems during sleep.
GSK revealed the findings of an extens
Severe sleep apnea raises the risk of dying early by 46 per cent, US researchers have reported, but said people with milder sleep-breathing problems do not share that risk.
They said people with severe breathing disorders during sleep
Sleep experts have cracked the mathematical formula for a good night's sleep in a bid to halt the sleepless epidemic - and there's bad news for email addicts.
According to the Crowne Plaza Hotels & Resorts' research, checking emails be
Work time is the single most important lifestyle factor that impacts on sleep - the more hours you work the less sleep you get - research suggests.
Those who got less than four-and-a-half hours sleep a night worked an average of 93 minute