"March is National Sleep Awareness Month, and with daylight saving time beginning on the 11th, you’ll probably be painfully aware of how many z’s you’re catching. Though the crankiness that comes with the “spring forward” time change is scary on its own, it’s worth noting the real risks of sleep deprivation."
"Managing your sleep can be easier than you think. It comes down to sorting out the factors that affect your sleep. Most people are on the go all day and want to come home to get a good night’s sleep. We assume that all we need to do is go to bed and sleep will happen. There’s more to the picture than that. Here are ten things you should consider to improve your sleep."
"The notion that better sleep makes a better marriage isn’t entirely new. A large body of research suggests that sleep-deprived people are more unpleasant and even hostile in their social interactions than those who get adequate sleep. People tend to use more negative words when they are sleep deprived than on days when they have had a full night’s sleep."