Entries tagged with “Sleep”
“How can you possibly start your day off bright-eyed and bushy-tailed if you don’t get a proper night’s sleep?”
If 2 am is when your mind wants to unpack an irrelevant convo from ages ago or wander to worry, these 11 sleep affirmations will help rein in your thoughts for restful slumber.
Can't remember the last time you had a good night's sleep? It's time to take a more strategic approach to sleeping better.
“We know that sleep makes us feel better, and we know it’s better for us. And we even know how to measure our deep sleep. But how do we get it?”
If you're looking for ways to naturally sleep better at night, where better to look than in nature?
There are several ways you can get better sleep, solidifying your sleep schedule should be at the top of your list.
Here are five new ways to make peace with your pillow.
Cofounder and editor in chief of The Huffington Post, Arianna Huffington wants to put you to bed with her latest book, The Sleep Revolution. She will be the keynote speaker at the …
If you are struggling to get a good night’s rest, you may want to address these common sleep disruptors.
If these signs feel familiar, here's what you can do about it.
False ideas about sleep may be sapping you of energy, vitality, and health.
“While dietary change is a great first line of defense, calming inflammation calls for a multi-faceted approach that delves into all aspects of lifestyle.”
Help to rebalance your body’s schedule, gently.
Find the right crystal for your sleep issue, and you'll soon be lost in dreamland.
Mindfulness techniques are being incorporated more and more for sleep health. Here are six expert-recommended mindfulness practices to help you fall—and stay—asleep.
Vanquish middle-of-the-night stress with these six tips for better sleep.
An expert in cognitive behavioral therapies targeting better sleep, Dr. Nicole Moshfegh, author of The Book of Sleep, provides six strategies to help you ward off sleeplessness during the holidays.
Frog venom, really? Well, here are some of the health and wellness trends that should be on your radar for 2021.
A new study found that one night of sleep deprivation and six months consuming a high-fat diet had similar effects on the body's insulin sensitivity.
Include these foods in your dinner banquet, and you'll find that your winter's rest is a little bit sweeter.