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 ...
If it feels like the CBD carousel keeps spinning, that’s probably because it is. These days, there are so many new hemp products hitting shelves it’s hard to keep up, which is why we vet the most innovative, eco-friendly, and nontoxic brands. This comprehensive guide has everything you need to choose the best hemp supplements ...
Ashwagandha comes in many forms—from teas to supplements—all promising to help alleviate stress, rejuvenate your mind, and (just maybe) help you sleep better at night. Sounds like quite the super-herb, right? We’re diving into the details of this adaptogenic plant today with the help of ORGANIC INDIA. Learn what ashwagandha is, its many benefits, and ...
Sick of staring up at the ceiling every night, counting endless sheep, and still not getting any shut-eye?
Sleep. It’s one of the fundamentals of a happy, healthy life, and without a proper amount, you can quickly begin to notice a number of health issues like fatigue or even depression.
Bedtime routines are so different as an adult. Parents no longer tuck in the covers or read you a story. And there’s absolutely no fighting about going to sleep—now, you welcome every chance you can get for some much-needed shut eye.
Unless you live in a place that never reaches past 75 degrees, you’ve likely spent a brutally hot summer spent lounging on the couch with a fan on either side while rubbing ice cubes on your neck to cool down. That’s one way to do it.
You only need to watch this video of 26-year-old Bethany Hamilton surfing double-overhead waves—so gracefully—to understand why she’s known as a “soul surfer.” Kelly Slater—arguably the greatest pro surfer of all time—posted the video on Instagram in May, following the World Surf League’s 2016 Fiji Pro competition. In the caption, he wrote “Anyone who isn’t ...
On the morning of April 6, 2007, Arianna Huffington woke up on the floor, bleeding from her head.
Two feet sticking out from under a small, opaque dome. If they weren’t jammed into worn out Converse, you might think they belong to the Wicked Witch of the East—if she got trapped under a futuristic-looking igloo while kicking back in a lounge chair.
Crickets. Breath. Silence. That’s what sleep sounds like … ideally. But in some cases, it’s more like Metallica’s “Enter Sandman” blasting in your brain as you toss and turn. And before you know it, the sunrise creeps through the curtains, illuminating your bloodshot eyes.
One thing that some of the most successful people in business, art, and politics all have in common? They have a regular morning routine.
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