Home > Medical > Sleep Disorders > News News All sections in Sleep » About Sleep » Health Tips » Insomnia » Research » Narcolepsy » Sleep News » Sleep and Diet » Sleep and Travel » Snoring Sleep paralysis is frightening but not dangerous If you wake up during REM sleep, you may hallucinate but won't be able to move, which can be terrifying. Should people with sleep apnoea be allowed to drive? Compared to a control group, sleep apnoea patients were more likely to say they had a high risk of sleepiness while driving. They were also more likely to admit they've fallen asleep while driving. Sleep – is Lactium® the new mother’s milk? Many of us are living in a constant state of stress, which prevents us from getting a good night's sleep. Lactium, a patented product derived from milk protein may be just what we need. Quiz Are you sleep-deprived? » Health Tip: Making the transition to sleep VIRAL: millions are watching this video to fall asleep! New discovery could lead to better insomnia treatment The identification of a specific brain circuit in mice may help scientists to develop therapies that could induce much higher-quality sleep in humans. Sleep apnoea linked to aggressive melanoma While it's impossible to say that sleep apnoea causes melanoma to become more aggressive, researchers found that apnoea was more common and severe in melanoma patients. Sleepless nights may fuel daytime Facebook binges Researchers found that less sleep was linked to more distracted behaviour and computer browsing on websites like Facebook. How your brain knows it's time to sleep What time does your brain think it is? Insomnia or daytime sleepiness are about more than just how much you sleep. Insomnia: therapy preferable to medication People with long-term sleep troubles should turn to cognitive behavioural therapy to reboot normal sleeping patterns before trying sleeping pills, the American College of Physicians recommends. How to fall asleep easily with the help of a pair of clever glasses Struggling to fall or stay asleep? It could be due to an increase in blue light from your digital devices and LED lights. Blue light suppresses the production of melatonin. A clever pair of glasses with orange lenses could help address the problem. load more articles advertisement From our sponsors Sun protection for all children Understanding your sunscreen The science behind cosmeceuticals Do you know these 5 facts about skincare?