March 25, 2017 3 min read
We all experience stress in our daily lives, but few of us realize the depth of the impact that it has on us. Chronic stress has been linked to a number of significant health problems as well as daily challenges, like poor concentration, low energy levels, and mood problems. Stress is also closely linked to quality of sleep, and it becomes a bit of a cycle – the more stressed you are, the more difficult it is for you to sleep, and when you are deprived of sleep, your stress levels rise.
When you feel stressed, what you really need is a good night of sleep to feel refreshed. Unfortunately, chronic stress can cause insomnia or other sleep problems. If you truly want to get a good night’s sleep, try out some of these stress-busting tips:
Stress is a natural part of our daily lives, but it does not have to control you. When you take steps to reduce your stress, you will find that many other areas of your life improve, including your quality of sleep.
January 21, 2022 3 min read
One consequence of our growing sleep debt is that a greater number of people are now struggling with excess weight and other metabolic problems than in previous times. That is because sleep and your metabolism are intricately connected.
January 17, 2022 3 min read
Anyone who has ever attempted to improve the quality of their sleep knows the importance of setting a regular sleep schedule. And what that usually entails is going to bed at the same time each night and waking at an appropriate time each morning.
January 10, 2022 3 min read
The ideal bedtime for most healthy adults is in the late evening, i.e. between 9 and 12 pm. That’s when the pressure to sleep naturally builds up. Going to bed at this time allows most people to meet their recommended 7 to 9 hours of sleep if they need to be awake by 7 am.
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