I’ve been working really hard to improve the quality of my sleep. There are still more things that I can do, like ensure my room temperature is cool, the suggested bedroom temperature should be between 60 and 67 degrees Fahrenheit for optimal sleep. Try an earthing blanket, or take a cold shower before bed. I […]
Sleep deprivation is something we can all relate to—after a late night of studying, when those precious minutes of peaceful slumber seem to fade away; or when you’re low on energy after sacrificing that much-needed sleep for your current binge-watching session. Yes, while most people understand the importance of getting enough quality shut eye every night, it’s often easier said than done. But here’s the rub: if you don’t get enough restful hours in every day, you put yourself at risk for numerous health problems down the road. So for all of my fellow health enthusiasts out there who want to reap the rewards of consistent healthy sleep––these post’s are for you!
Dreaming can be used as a tool to help define your current state of well-being. Some people, remember their dreams as if they really happened, while others forget them as soon as they wake up. Some people dream in vivid narratives while others have fragmented bursts or images. Do you ever think that your subconscious
At some point in time we all realize that lack of quality sleep is affecting our ability to be productive. It challenges relationships, I notice right away my patience with my kids and my spouse drops significantly when the quantity and quality of sleep is low. And although it doesn’t feel like trying to gain more