A balanced night routine can be a game-changer for weight loss since it creates a smoother, stress-free morning. When stress is chronic and prolonged (like something we deal with every day), it can directly impact our health. For example, our immune response is hampered and we may crave more comfort foods, which could lead to weight gain. Digestion, mood and cardiovascular measures are also negatively affected.
A recent study suggests poor sleep or a lack of sleep may affect the size of your brain Written by Taylor Smith | Healthy Magazine European researchers recently looked at 147 adults between the ages of 20 and 84 to examine the link between poor sleep and participants’ brain volume. […]
The biggest reasons mornings suck and how to avoid it Written by Angela Silva “Rough night, huh?” your coworker asks as you groggily plop down at your desk. It isn’t any secret that you rushed to work today, considering your wrinkled shirt, gallon of caffeine in tow, and your tired, […]
By Caitlin Schille The life cycle of naps is an interesting thing; children resist naps, and adults crave them. But whatever your age, naps can do wonders, if done the right way. Naps are much more complex than we may realize. David Dinges, a sleep scientist at the University of […]
Potential problems with using sleeping pills long term The topic of sleep is anything but dormant these days. People want to know how to sleep better, and if a sleep disorder is getting in the way (this is the case for a surprising percentage). Sleep medication is the answer for […]