How booze plays havoc with your rest: Alcohol reduces amount of time spent in deep sleep It helps you get to sleep quicker but rest is disrupted, report findsThe more alcohol consumed, the less deep sleep takes placeAlcohol should not be used as sleeping aid, researchers warn By Daily Mail Reporter PUBLISHED: 01:58 GMT, 23 January 2013 | UPDATED: 01:58 GMT, 23 January 2013 Alcohol may help you fall asleep but it leads to a disrupted night’s rest, scientists reported yesterday.
The bad sleep epidemic: Forget insomnia, are you a victim of 'semi-somnia' Triggered by stress and computer use, this low-quality sleep is wrecking millions of lives…
Disrupting your body clock 'can make you obese': The cycle of sleeping, waking and digesting affects hormones controlling metabolism | UPDATED: 23:04 GMT, 29 August 2012 If that strict diet and rigorous exercise regime are failing to make a dent on your unwanted pounds, take a look at the clock.
Mother-of-two left unable to eat for TWO YEARS and shrinks to size zero after suffering from paralysed stomach Doctors first misdiagnosed mother, 30, with stomach bug followed by anorexiaA stomach pacemaker failed to ease her condition and she is now fed via a tube twice a day | UPDATED: 14:35 GMT, 10 July 2012 A mother-of-two has been unable to eat a single meal for two years – after developing a rare condition that has paralysed her stomach.
| UPDATED: 14:26 GMT, 19 June 2012 A Chinese farmer caused chaos on the roads when he ducked out to feed his flock of 5,000.
Why Scots die younger: It's down to smoking, drinking and a poor diet (but higher deprivation caused by decades of poor political decisions doesn't help) | UPDATED: 16:53 GMT, 30 May 2012 Scotland's shorter life expectancy is not just due to higher rates of smoking and drinking and a poor diet but is also the result of decades of bad political decisions, according to researchers.
Breast cancer link to working nights: Three late shifts a week 'doubles the risk of disease' | UPDATED: 02:54 GMT, 29 May 2012 Women who work night shifts are at higher risk of breast cancer, warn researchers.
Why women trying to have babies need to think about their body clock as well as their biological clock | UPDATED: 23:04 GMT, 23 May 2012 Women trying to have babies need to think about their body clock as well as their biological clock, according to new research.
The ex-husband yard sale… and everything is FREE! Wife dumps former partner”s belongings by side of the road and spray paints “cheater” on his SUV
Not sleeping enough CAN damage your immune system and make you ill, says study A disturbed sleeping pattern can lead to illness, scientists say.