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  • Change Your Life by Improving Your Sleep

    Lack of sleep can make you miserable. You have a hard time waking up, thinking clearly and performing well. On top of that, it can have a terrible impact on your health — sleep deprivation is associated with a higher risk of obesity, diabetes, heart problems, stroke and high blood pressure, as well as depression and other mood disorders. But improving on sleep is easier said than done. For those who suffer from insomnia or other sleep disorders, seeking help from a physician is your best first step. But if you’re like so many of your fellow Americans, chances are that your sleep problems are all tied in to poor decision making and lack of making getting the rest that you need a top priority. Continue reading

  • What Sleep Trackers Tell Us About The World

    Sleep trackers are all the rage among consumers, and were one of the top Christmas gifts given in 2014. That is good news for those who like to learn about how the other half lives, as in addition to collecting information that individuals can use to improve their own sleep habits, sleep monitor companies can collect information from their users and then analyze the data to see how people around the world are sleeping. Continue reading

  • Airlines Offering Improved Sleep Experience

    International and long haul travel is on the rise, and that means that competition between airlines is as well. One of the most important parts of increasing profit for airlines lies in attracting passengers to first class and business class cabins, and as a result many have been focusing on providing their clients with an improved ability to get a good night’s sleep while flying the friendly skies. The innovations and offerings are remarkable. Continue reading

  • Want to Sleep Better? Try Stretching

    If you’ve been struggling with getting a solid eight hours of sleep per night, or even just having a hard time falling asleep in the first place, you’ve probably tried the standard remedies: warm milk, chamomile tea, a hot bath – maybe you’ve even gone so far as to try sleeping medications. But if you are somebody who has previously done yoga – or even a person who’s never tried the ancient art in your life – there may be a simple and free answer to your problem. People who take yoga classes know that when class is over they feel remarkably relaxed and refreshed, and you can transplant that effect right into your bed by doing a few simple yoga stretches about half an hour before you turn out the lights and climb into bed. Give them a try and see if you don’t find yourself snoozing the second your head hits your pillow. Remember that when you’re practicing yoga, the secret to achieving calm is to breathe in and out through your nose. Doing so delivers oxygen directly to your nervous system and has a soothing effect. Continue reading

  • As Mattresses Age

    Unless you purchased a new mattress within the last year or so, there’s a good chance that you can’t remember exactly when you bought the one you’re sleeping on. Mattresses are one of those things that we are loath to purchase because they represent a pretty big single expenditure, but once we’ve paid the money and enjoyed the newness of its improved support, we tend to forget and start taking it for granted. And that’s okay up to a point. Continue reading

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