Tag «Sleeping Tips»

2 Things You Should Do Differently to Sleep Better at Night

Are you lacking sleep lately? We understand it’s not the best feeling in the world to be sleep-deprived. Battling the feeling of sluggishness all day that no amount of caffeine can cure. You can’t even be productive because the feeling of alertness has deserted you.  And if you continue to be sleep-deprived in longer periods …

Creating a Sleep Friendly Environment

According to the American Sleep Association (ASA), the average adult requires seven to nine hours of sleep each night. However, one study indicated 35.3 percent of adults get less than seven hours of sleep per night. Moreover, thirty-seven percent of individuals between the ages of 20 and 39 report not sleeping enough and so did …

From Front to Fetal: Finding the Right Sleeping Position for You

On average, a third of our lives is spent sleeping (or trying to). In the same way that a calming sleeping environment can help you sleep, the position you choose to sleep in can also affect your sleep quality significantly. If you find yourself tossing and turning in the night, or wake up feeling stiff or sore, it …

Improve Your Sleep – How To Keep Your Sleeping Hygiene In Order

Sleeping is one of the biggest necessities for human beings. It goes beyond feeling energized. As concluded in different studies, poor sleep can influence your body in a negative way, cause hormonal disbalance and slow down your metabolism, as well as compromise brain function, prompt weight gain and increase the risk of diseases.   The …

Evidence-Based Tips for a Better Night Time Sleep

According to the National Sleep Foundation, there are certain measures that we can take for a better sleep hygiene and a restful night time rest. After all, your life is too short not to enjoy a legitimate comfortable sleep and always feel tired. For many, feeling rested in the morning after they wake up seems …

Simple Steps to Getting a Good Night’s Sleep

A good night’s sleep is extremely essential to a healthy existence. It is equally important as proper diet and regular exercise and goes a long way in boosting a person’s quality of life. An average adult is supposed to sleep for at least 7-8 hours continuously. Nevertheless, most people usually toss and turn in bed …

Are You Sleeping Right?

You spend approximately 25 years of your life in bed, that’s a pretty long time to be sleeping incorrectly. Did you know that your posture during sleep is hugely affected by the simplest of procedures, some of which could be the reason you’re waking up with chronic back pain? Let’s start with your pillows: The …