Ask everyone you see today if they regularly get enough sleep. Chances are they will say no. And research shows that we collectively are an under-slept nation. For a while, the conventional wisdom was that you can’t “catch up” on lost sleep—that the sleep you didn’t get last night is gone and each night of poor sleep you get will continue to eat at your health. But a new study suggests that that’s not actually the case. Learn how to make deposits into your “sleep bank” for better health and less chance of illness and disease.
I love nearly everything about fall–changing colors, apple picking, pumpkin-spiced everything. But if there’s one thing I could do without, it’s turning the clocks back for daylight savings. Even though it’s only a one hour difference, it can cause days of morning grogginess and evening fatigue until your body catches up with the changing of the clocks. If you feel the same, I have some good news. There is a safe, effective, and 100% natural way to keep your internal clock in sync with the clock on the wall. It can replace that ever-present jet-lagged feeling with…feeling perfectly normal!
Millions of people live daily in disjointed “time zones”, out of sync with the clocks around them. And research shows that being a late sleeper could lead to a host of health risks…including early death. So, if you struggle with your sleep schedule, here are a few safe ways to improve the quality of your sleep.