Going to sleep and staying asleep may sometimes be a difficult challenge. Many people will try to induce their sleep by turning on soft music, drinking warm milk, cuddling with a soft blanket, etc. These “sleep inducers” do not help keep the body sleeping throughout the entire night. Leading research
Sleep Awareness Week just wrapped up. That means you, your staff, and your clients are all back on schedule and getting the ideal 7 to 9 hours of sleep each night. In your dreams! In case you're not qutie there, here's a helpful infographic from 180 Nutrition to understand why sleep is so important, what makes a good night's rest, and what you can do to improve your snooze. Check out the National Sleep Foundation's tips for a week of quality sleep.
I used to suffer from a serious condition called BCI. (Butt-on-Couch Inertia.) It's a terrible affliction whereby the sufferer's butt is superglued to the couch in the evenings amidst the magical stillness and silence of the late-night hours. This chronic condition is exacerbated by peacefully sleeping children, netflix or a good book, and an excessively comfortable couch or recliner.
10 Tips for Better Sleep, Posted on January 29, 2013 by PositiveMed Team. So many of us these days are just tired; hectic work and family life, too many obligations, too much to get done in a day. One complaint I hear often is lack of a good night’s sleep, if you can sleep well it makes every aspect of life better. Read this poster, I hope at least one of them works for you!
10 Healthy Reasons to Get Good Sleep and How to Do It - A good night’s sleep is incredibly important for health, but the Western environment is interfering with our natural sleep patterns. People sleep less than they did in the past. Scientific research has uncovered 10 vital health benefits of good sleep, as well as ways to accomplish sleeping well at night...see the details here: http://www.nutritionbreakthroughs.com/blog/2016/05/30/10-healthy-reasons-to-get-good-sleep-and-how-to-do-it/