Scientists aren't sure what causes nighttime leg cramps, but it's probably related to muscle fatigue and nerve damage. Stretching and massage can help.
Whether you or your partner are the noisy one, there are interventions you can try to prevent snoring. If you're the snorer, start by avoiding sleeping on your back.
About 7 million Americans have acid reflux disease. Medication and sleeping elevated on your left side can help.
Scientists call not waking up at the same time "social jet lag." Try setting your alarm for the same time seven days a week.
Your body really does need to be cooler when you sleep in order to get the best rest.
It can be tough to banish phones before bedtime, but you should. Their blue light really can wreck havoc on your REM cycle.
If your pillow doesn't hold its shape, it's time to get a new one.
Sleeping on your stomach is probably not the best position if you have back pain, though a pillow under your legs can help. If you sleep on your side, try a pillow between your legs to relieve discomfort.
Strategically placing pillows is a good way to relieve all sorts of pain. If you wake up with a sore shoulder, try hugging your pillow when you’re going to sleep.