New Year’s and Sleep Deprived

New Year’s and Sleep Deprived

New Year’s is probably the shortest holiday of the year, considering its focus is on that one-minute countdown to midnight. That isn’t to say that some don’t celebrate with parties, dance competitions, or that such celebrations don’t go into the next day. While that...
Sweet Dreams

Sweet Dreams

The holidays aren’t over yet, but here are some simple, yet effective, ways to help keep you looking and feeling your best. Keep up with sleep routine. Sleep routine helps prevent sleep deprivation symptoms like headaches, fatigue, daytime drowsiness, tossing and...
Daylight Craving Time

Daylight Craving Time

Daylight Saving Time ended November third. Making the adjustment to the time change can leave your body craving sleep. Just because our clocks show it’s 6 a.m., our bodies still think it’s 7 a.m. Likewise, you may see that it’s 9 p.m., but your brain thinks it’s 10...
Planning for Success

Planning for Success

It’s that time again to start planning for the start of a new school year. When it comes to feeling rested, being alert, and getting a head start on your day, nothing quite beats a proper night of sleep. As a parent, student, or teacher you may be familiar with the...
Spring Break Sleep Tips

Spring Break Sleep Tips

There are plenty of things that can put your sleep schedule into disarray, including vacations and school breaks. These times can be great for catching up on sleep, particularly for the sleep deprived, but they can also disrupt sleep schedules which can disrupt a...