Natural News Archive

Articles are sorted by newest first

That weekend lie-in could save your life

Sleep really is like money in the bank, according to a new study; if you take out more than you put in there will be serious consequences.

23 May, 2018

Vitamin B6 could aid dream recall

Taking vitamin B6 before bedtime could help you remember your dreams better – but just how it works is still something of a mystery.

1 May, 2018

Try amber-tinted glasses to relieve insomnia

If all you want for Christmas is a good night’s sleep, try putting a pair of special blue light blocking glasses on your wish list.

19 December, 2017

Chamomile extract aids sleep quality

A small study has found that daily chamomile extract can significantly – and safely – improve sleep quality among elderly people.

15 December, 2017

Tart cherry juice could help you sleep longer

A couple of glasses of tart cherry juice a day could be a natural way to extend your sleep time by up to 84 minutes per night, with none adverse effects of conventional drugs.

7 November, 2017

New cure for insomnia – feeling useful

The deep connection between mind and body is highlighted in a study showing that a greater sense of purpose in life can cut sleeplessness due to sleep apnea and restless legs by more than half.

17 July, 2017

Air pollution linked to poor sleep quality

New research shows that regular exposure to high levels of air pollution could keep you from getting a good night’s sleep.

23 May, 2017

Lack of sleep ups men’s cancer risk

New evidence shows that men who have worked night shifts for more than 20 years, or who work night shifts without daytime napping, may have an increased risk of cancer.

2 December, 2016

If you want to stay healthy, make time for catch-up sleep

Scheduling time for regular catch-up sleep could help improve your risk of diabetes and other longer-term health prospects, say US researchers

9 May, 2016

Urban light pollution is disrupting our sleep

If your neighborhood is well-lit at night, you may not be sleeping as well as you should, according to a new study.

10 March, 2016