If you’re the type of person who tosses and turns just about every night, you may be searching for a magic pill to end your nighttime struggle. There are plenty of supplements that promise better sleep, but do they work? And more importantly, are they good for you? We spoke to Christina Kang, a Health ...
Sick of staring up at the ceiling every night, counting endless sheep, and still not getting any shut-eye?
Ever wonder why you sleep better at hotels? Sure, it may have something to do with the fact that you’re on vacation. But there’s another secret weapon ushering you into dreamland—and it’s not the piece of chocolate on your pillow.
We all have that one college friend. The one who, a week or so before exams, would exile themselves to the library to study, only to emerge after their finals with a much paler complexion and heavy rings around their eyes.
Flying through the clouds only to drop straight back down to earth. Watching an immense tornado sweep through town and uproot the house. Epic Lord of the Rings-style battles waged in the office. The dream world can be a strange place.
There’s nothing like the blaring sound of the iPhone alarm at sunrise… And then again 15 minutes later… And then again 30 minutes later. The self-inflicted torture of the snooze button is something most of us are all too familiar with–but there are some pretty solid reasons to quit this bad relationship.
Alright, we’ve gotta talk about it. That thing you do, late at night, by yourself, in the dark… Don’t be ashamed, eating late at night happens to the best of us.
There’s nothing wrong with swinging by your local cafe on the way to work, or enjoying a sweating iced coffee in the afternoon. But if your habit spikes up to four, five, or six cups of joe every day, your coffee habit could be seriously hurting your health.
Frequent flyer miles can do a serious number on your body. Jet lag can strike hours or even days after your flight has landed and can make it hard to bounce back into your normal routine. And if you’re crossing time zones? It’s just that much worse.
What if one hour of yoga and meditation could equal the restorative effects of four hours of deep sleep? It’s a thing, and it’s called yoga nidra.
We’ve all been there: Your alarm starts beeping and all you can think about is hitting the snooze button. Your pillow feels unbelievably soft, the tangle of sheets is calling your name, and the light streaming in from your windows has become your absolute worst nightmare.
When we were toddlers, nap time was forced upon us, and we wanted none of it. Now, many of us would do bad things just for a 10 minute snooze. Ah, adulthood.
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