We all know sleep is very important for immune, physical and mental health because it’s the body’s period of restoration. But much research shows that the amount of rest we get each night has implications for weight loss and gain.
Many people struggle with sleep problems, whether that means having difficulty falling asleep or waking up frequently throughout the night.
There is no better feeling than collapsing into your bed after a long morning or afternoon for a short, yet extremely satisfying cat nap.
Without stress we wouldn’t know relaxation.
Sleeping the recommended eight hours per night is essential for your health.
Yoga has been an important part of life across Eastern cultures for centuries, but in recent years, this holistic exercise has gained popularity here in the U.S.
Sleep isn’t the easiest thing to come by these days. There are often nights when you toss and turn for hours upon end, nights when you’re up late doing work, and days when it seems your bedtime is pushed back later and later.
Life is filled with things to be happy about: relationships, great hair days, positive reinforcement at work, family and more!
At some point in your life, you’ve probably become well aware of how difficult it is to get a good night’s sleep when there are deadlines, work, relationships and other priorities to think about.