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 Suffering from fatigue? Study pinpoints brain regions that may control it These findings are a helpful step towards understanding physical performance in healthy people, and understanding fatigue in people with depression, MS and stroke. Science confirms: a lack of sleep can make us angry Feeling on edge and irritable? It may be a lack of quality shut-eye, new research reveals. Why do I feel like I’m slipping or falling as I'm about to fall asleep? You probably know the feeling - as you start falling asleep, you're suddenly jerked awake by the sensation of falling, slipping or stumbling. But what causes this? Quiz Are you sleep-deprived? » Is your cat affecting your sleep? 10 facts on snoring A consistent bedtime is good for your heart A study found that if you're not going to bed at the same time each night, not only does your resting heart rate increase while you sleep, it carries over into the next day. Yes, bad sleep does make people grumpy If you're in a good mood and alert when you get up indicates that your sleep habits are probably working for you. The gut – not the brain – causes animals to die from sleep deprivation A Harvard study on fruit flies and mice found a chemical substance in the gut that contributes to death from a lack of sleep. How to get better sleep while working at home Working from home involves a disruption of your normal routine, which can disrupt your sleeping patterns. A sleep expert offers some practical tips on how to prevent insomnia. An expert's guide to keeping bad dreams at bay According to a director of the American Academy of Sleep Medicine, it's natural that the fears and stressors of daily life creep into our dreams. What are the risks of sleeping too much? In lockdown, you might be finding yourself napping a little too much – which could be detrimental to your health. OPINION | Entering a brave new world of better patient care The Wits Donald Gordon Medical Centre has irrevocably changed the way they do things by digitally transformed their hospital, using technology to provide a 'seamless, contactless and paperless' process. load more articles advertisement From our sponsors Advertorial: Sleep and the immune system Advertorial: How to fall asleep faster ADVERTORIAL: Deep sleep is essential for good health ADVERTORIAL: Germs - How often should I wash my bedding?