If you suffer from insomnia, you've probably heard of a million ways and potions to help you get some real shut-eye.
The truth is, just as with the rest of your health, unless you address the imbalances in your system, everything you try will only result in cosmetic improvements.
Thankfully, it's very easy to bring your circadian cycle back into balance - but it requires dedication. And, ... ››› more
You struggle to focus, your brain is all fuzzy, you can't think straight, and you're in a bad mood…
That's what you feel like when you have a poor night's sleep.
But, if this is what you feel like more often than the odd occasional day, there's something you should know...
Along with more than 50% of the adult population, especially older folk, sleepless nights are actually very common... ››› more
If your mind goes rushing about from thought-to-thought and you find yourself problem-solving when you should be sleeping, it's time to guide your brain into sleep mode.
There is no point wasting away precious hours at night, especially on things that you cannot change. Instead, help your brain wind down so that you can think more clearly in the day-time when you can make sound decisions and ca... ››› more
Insomnia is anything but fun, and relying on sleeping pills to get some rest every night is anything but healthy...
Large American pharmaceutical companies have poured untold millions (or perhaps billions) of dollars into developing and marketing insomnia drugs, and their drive to find the magic pill has largely paid off.
Big Pharma R&D teams know what virtually everyone knows instinctively:... ››› more
If you suffer from insomnia, one thing's for sure - you're not alone!
But you may be wondering if popping sleeping pills is the only way to get a good night's rest and avoid feeling exhausted the next day. The short answer? No!
There are loads of natural remedies for better sleep that go beyond warm milk or chamomile tea before bedtime. While these remedies may work for some, they don't work... ››› more
Insomnia and depression go hand in hand. Getting a good night's sleep and waking up feeling well-rested is difficult for many, but even more so for those who are depressed. Research has even proven that improving sleep can boost your mood.
You probably already know the basics when it comes to a healthy sleep cycle, things like having a bedtime routine, staying healthy in your daily activities a... ››› more
If you're an insomniac, you can be assured that you're not alone. There are millions, if not billions, of other people out there who also struggle to fall (and stay asleep every night).
Three of the biggest contributors to insomnia are daily stressors, diet and lifestyle. Couple that with the artificial lighting of your smartphone, tablet, computer and television screen and you're almost guaran... ››› more
You've just finished a hard workout at the gym and can't wait to get home, jump into bed and sleep like a baby!
Then, 2:30am rolls around and you find yourself still wide awake, tossing and turning. You begin worrying about the work on your desk, the argument you had with your spouse earlier and how the day ahead is going to be a total drag because yet again, you're running on only three hours... ››› more
You know that you need to get enough sleep every night to be more energetic and productive during your wake hours. But you also know that it's easier said than done! Luckily, I've got a few secrets up my sleeve...
Read on for three simple tools that will help you create a bedtime ritual to calm your mind and prepare your body for the best sleep ever - every night!
Three tips to create a bedt... ››› more
Suffer from insomnia? Wake up several times during the night? There are a number of potential reasons as to why you're experiencing sleep disturbances - some are hormonal, while some aren't.
No matter the cause, we can all agree on one thing - sleep disturbances disrupt your day-to-day life, leave you feeling exhausted, irritable and sluggish the next day, and rob you of your memory and product... ››› more
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