Exercise is one of the best possible ways to send yourself into a deep refreshing sleep. But there is a widespread debate on when the best time to work out is to get a good night's sleep. We're here to sort this out by sharing how and when to exercise to sleep better all night every night. Let's get into it.
Breath is the source of all life. Unfortunately, people with sleep apnea fight for air every night. They go to sleep, not knowing that their breathing ceases for short bursts of time. This virtually minor inconvenience can have severe consequences for your health. So, what is sleep apnea anyway? Let’s get into it.
How well you sleep does have the potential for a significant impact on your relationship. The little amount of sleep you get can have a substantial effect on both yourself and your significant other. Consider these five ways in which your nighttime routines can impact your sleep and relationships.
Adrenal fatigue is a condition that occurs when your body's hormonal levels are no longer balanced. The CDC estimates 1 million Americans struggle with adrenal fatigue. We’ll break down the symptoms and stages of adrenal fatigue for you. Then, we’ll offer some natural remedies to rebalance your body.
Disrupted sleep. Drowsiness. Irritability. Fear. That's the chain of repercussions that come from the burden of sleeping with a snorer. After trying everything and hoping for the best, unfortunately, the snores do not disappear. So what can you do to start sleeping peacefully again? Here are our tips.
Medicinal mushrooms such as Reishi, Cordyceps, and Lion's Mane have numerous health benefits—reducing stress, supporting the immune system, and optimizing neurological function. All of these can enhance our ability to get a deep and restful night's sleep. We'll share how medicinal mushrooms can help you sleep better.
Sometimes you're so caught up in routines you feel like a robot. But people who aren't sleeping right may find themselves lost in a hazy fog. Harmful sleep patterns make everyday life more difficult. We share questions you can ask as you review your health and sleep patterns by listening to your body.
While some people love working the night shift, others hate it, especially when it affects their sleep cycle. If you work the night shift and you have trouble falling asleep, you're not alone. Up to 40 percent of shift workers suffer from Shift Work Sleep Disorder (SWSD). Here are our tips for getting more sleep.
Your bones are alive! The adult human skeleton is made up of 206 bones. These bones move you, protect your organs, and make blood cells. Your sleeping patterns have more to do with your bone health than you may think. Let's learn a little more about the connection between bones and sleep.
Waking up after a good night's sleep has to rank among one of the best feelings in the world. Although it's an experience that's all too fleeing for many adults, it's nevertheless one we cherish. When you sleep well, you boost your immune system. This phenomenon isn't just a theory. Here's how it works.
There are two kinds of people in the world: those who run and those who do not. All the same, many runners attest that while the sport is challenging, they find, despite the struggles, running makes them happier. If you're gearing up for a run, here are some tips to keep you energized to the end.