It’s winter. In most parts of the nation, people have already begun to hunker down as the temperatures continue to drop. For many, even during long, cold winter nights that seem best for hibernation, quality sleep can feel far out of reach.
Since the 1930s, we’ve known that sleep is much more complex than it appears. It occurs in several discrete stages, each of which plays a role in maintaining health, growth and functionality. READ MORE ￫