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Q&A: Why sleep trackers won't fix your sleep problem Special

Sleep trackers fall short when it comes to improving sleep. According to Mike Kisch, founder and CEO of Beddr, wrist-worn devices cannot accurately gauge sleeping position and lack FDA clearance to make a diagnosis.

Insomnia app promises scientific support

London - The National Health Service in the U.K. is pioneering a digital approach to combating insomnia. This is via an app called Sleepio. The app has been developed with the help of psychologists to help train a person’s brain into sleeping.

Street lights linked with poor sleep pattern

There are various causes of insomnia, ranging from stress and worry, to social habits like the use of e-readers. However, there could be another reason — street lighting.

Poor sleep can contribute to risk of schizophrenia symptoms

Disturbed sleep and insomnia can increase a person's risk of suffering schizophrenia symptoms, according to a new study.

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