Exercise and Insomnia

Exercise and Insomnia

Exercise isn’t just good for your health, it’s also great for getting a good night’s sleep and for fighting off the dreaded insomnia! A study done by Kelly Glazer Baron, a clinical psychologist, said that “…older women suffering from insomnia said their sleep improved...

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Temperature and Sleep

Temperature and Sleep

Have you ever noticed that you find sleeping in a cool room preferable to sleeping in a warm one? Or have you ever noticed how amazing a cool pillow feels compared to a warm one? If so, then you won't be surprised to hear that the perfect temperature for a good...

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How do you use your bed?

How do you use your bed?

If you’ve had trouble sleeping at night, it may be due to the way you use your bed the rest of the day. It’s only natural to want to do activities like browsing the internet, reading a book, watching a show, or playing video games in bed. After all, the bed can often...

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The Cost of Pulling an All-Nighter

The Cost of Pulling an All-Nighter

Whether you’re a parent with a newborn or a young child, a college student cramming for a big test or panicking over a ten-page paper, or a worker who’s stressing out over a project due the next day, many of us can relate to the fatigue of pulling an all-nighter....

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Thinking of Binge Watching a Few Shows?

Thinking of Binge Watching a Few Shows?

While staying up late for a rare occasion may have little cause for alarm, doing it too often, as has been indicated in prior research, does have some serious health issues. Binging is often associated with a rise in anxiety, depression and fatigue. As we discussed in...

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Sleep Better with these Wolf Inspired Tips!

Sleep Better with these Wolf Inspired Tips!

Getting better sleep isn’t always easy, but it is necessary! Too little sleep can leave you groggy and make it difficult to accomplish your daily goals. Worse yet, insomnia can leave you exhausted the next day. With these easy tips, we can have you sleeping the way...

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Sleep, Toddlers, and Touchscreens

Sleep, Toddlers, and Touchscreens

A recent study by BBC suggests that toddlers who use a touchscreen sleep slightly less than those that don’t. The study suggests that for every hour a toddler spent on a tablet they lost 15 minutes of sleep. On the bright side, it is believed that toddlers who use...

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Money Trouble Sabotaging Your Sleep?

Money Trouble Sabotaging Your Sleep?

Financial insomnia is a real thing. Two out of three Americans said their sleep was affected by financial concerns. A survey done in 2009, back when financial troubles were on the rise due to the U.S. economy, job losses, mortgage crisis, and a rise in personal...

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Ways to conquer Insomnia without medication

Ways to conquer Insomnia without medication

Have you ever lain awake, waiting for sleep to come? Many experts suggest that if you’re awake for more than 20 minutes, that you should get out of bed. An assistant professor of neurology at the University of Michigan Medicine’s Sleep Disorders Center, Shelley...

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Misconceptions about Sleep

Misconceptions about Sleep

The following is from the Better Sleep Council where they looked at common misconceptions about sleep and whether Americans understand what's correct.  Let's see how well you fare: Do you believe that nothing's really happening when you doze?   154 million Americans...

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