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By Chris, Apr 6 2017 03:55PM
Aging brings changes to your sleep quality & quantity – are you prepared?
Growing older is a gift, but it’s hard to look at it that way when you consider the widespread belief that a good night’s sleep is nearly impossible the older we get. While the quality and quantity of sleep may shift as we age, the reality is older people sleep just fine – and often better than their younger counterparts.
By Chris, Oct 4 2016 08:01PM
As a busy professional, there may be times when you find that you are stressed, exhausted and wondering what it’s all about. Perhaps you are struggling to balance family and career, or find time and energy to look after yourself properly. Well if you are feeling stressed, here are some tips to help!
Here are five simple tips that can help you unfrazzle your life:
By Chris, Aug 2 2016 02:07PM
Sleep facts 101 – and some foolish myths debunked
Sleep plays a crucial part in our lives and it’s fascinating how much we don’t know about snoozing (my goodness, we spend 8 hours per night doing it). So many questions bubble up when we think about sleep – the biggest one is why do we do it?
We set out to uncover the most jaw-dropping facts about sleep.
By Chris, May 13 2016 03:21PM
According to Dr. Stanley Coren, professor of psychology at the University of British Columbia, the idea of people sleeping in bed with their dogs is nothing new. Dr. Coren notes that even Rameses the Great, the Egyptian pharaoh, had a hound name Pahates who was given the title of “Bed Companion to the Pharaoh.” Rameses is one of many famous people throughout history who have been known to sleep with their dogs in their beds.
Why do we sleep with our pets?
By Chris, Apr 5 2016 01:38PM
Get a restful night’s sleep with these healthy smoothie recipes
Did you sleep well last night? If not, look at what you ate in the hours leading up to bedtime and you might find your sleep thief. Science has finally caught up with what Mom used to say, “Eat, right and you’ll sleep right.”