Blogs about Sleep

Tuesday, May 07, 2013 • Sunnyvale, TX 75182
The Balance Guy
 You know you need between 6-8 hrs. of quality sleep each night to help your recovery from your awesome training session today. Here are some foods that will help you get there. 1.Almonds: A handful contains muscle-relaxing magnesium and sleep-inducing tryptophan, which increases the brain's level of feel-good serotonin. 2.Skim milk: Mom was right -- a warm glassful will help you sleep better. The milk's tryptophan has a sedating effect.
Monday, March 18, 2013 • Riverdale, GA 30296
Alonzo Jackson's Blog
1) Eat a Smart Breakfast. Most people load up on carbohydrates and simple sugars for breakfast. Cereal, pastries, smoothies and juice are all poor choices when it comes to starting your day off right. Center your breakfast around protein and healthy fat, and you'll have energy for hours.
Friday, March 01, 2013 • La Crosse, WI 54601
Jordan Rudolph's Blog
I cannot begin to describe how beneficial a proper amount of sleep can help you progress through your strength training program.  I’ve always been one to just get by with a few hours of sleep per night even when I knew more sleep was the way to go.  I was felt like I had too much to do before I went to bed or I could catch up on sleep during the weekend…wow, was I wrong. 
Monday, January 07, 2013 • Melbourne, VIC
WacoFITmoms
Well it's been a little too long since my last blog post. This year...this is the year that I will be more faithful with my blog. I promise! :) I thought I would share two things: my New Year's resolution and how I am staying healthy over the winter season. 
Saturday, March 17, 2012 • Raleigh, NC 27612-3431
Karin Singleton's Blog
It happened again: daylight savings struck; somebody stole an hour of sleep from me and I have only now adjusted to it. I love daylight savings time with the extra hour of daylight in the evening but I need a week to get used to it. That prompted me to reflect on the importance of a good night’s sleep. It’s not that easy to come by, it seems, judging by the amount of sleep medication that is prescribed nowadays. 
Wednesday, May 25, 2011 • Washington, DC 20016
"Your Body, Your Move!" A Blog from Move Well Fitness, LLC.
During a recent visit (May 16th if my memory serves me correct) to the scale at the gym where I work, I jumped on it and it read 190 lbs. Ouch! That was a shock to me as I had not been trying to gain any weight nor had my workout routine warranted any weight gain.  I made up in my mind that day that I had to change a few things in with my lifestyle. Here is what I've changed in the past week and a half that has me down to 180 lbs. and still counting (my goal weight is somewhere b/w 173-175 lbs.)!