Blogs about Sleep

Friday, January 17, 2020 • Berkely, CA 94704
Craig Middleton's Blog
If you are struggling with sleeping at night, you are not alone. Many people have a hard time falling asleep and staying asleep due to a variety of factors. Sometimes sleep disorders such as insomnia can keep you awake at night, even if you feel tired.
Thursday, January 16, 2020
Gajura Constantin's Blog
Most people automatically assume that eight hours is all they need for an ideal sleep pattern. However, this number is just a myth, and, in reality everyone has a different number of hours that they need to sleep for a restful body. According to sleep specialist, Dr. Michael Breus, an average person needs about 7.5 hours of sleep a night, but some people need more sleep and some people need less, as everybody is different.  Sleep drive
Saturday, September 07, 2019
Gajura Constantin's Blog
Most people don't really have a specific sleeping position. As long as you sleep and wake up in the morning, that's fine by you, right? You will sleep on your stomach today, tomorrow sleep on your back and sleep on your side the day that follows. However, that should not be the case, there are some sleeping positions that make it hard for you to get enough sleep while others can help you sleep even more comfortable and have sweet dreams.
Wednesday, August 21, 2019 • Dubai, Dubai
Sabrina Ramon's Blog
Healthy sleep is as important as diet, exercise and stress management for health. Many American's fail to make the effort to get healthy sleep, believing that sleep is expendable. Research is beginning to show us that this is not true.
Tuesday, July 16, 2019 • Phoenix, AZ 85005
Health and Beauty blog
Ever have those nights when you can't fall asleep although your whole body feels tired? So, you stay awake until it's dawn then your brain wants to go to sleep leading to a catastrophic day? There may be an issue with your sleep hygiene, which scientists say is a series of sleep practices and habits that are needed to be controlled to have a successful rest for the mind and body. 
Saturday, July 06, 2019 • Dubai, Dubai
Sabrina Ramon's Blog
When it comes to treating a condition like insomnia, most cases will have the same approach. This will involve critical lifestyle and behavior changes, psychotherapy, and prescription medication if necessary. And this approach is typically used even if an individual doesn't suffer from a psychiatric disorder. A Comfortable BedroomMake sure your bedroom is comfortable. Keep the temperature cool, and invest in a high quality mattress, and comfortable bedding. 
Thursday, February 28, 2019 • Grand Rapids, MI 49503-2807
Healthy Tips for You
Although 40 may not seem like old age, there are some things that you may begin to notice by the time you get there. Your body might not bounce back as easily as it did when you were in your 30s or 20s. You will have to work harder to manage your weight as your metabolism is slowing down, meaning you are burning fewer calories each day. Additionally, your estrogen or testosterone levels begin falling during perimenopause or andropause which could lead to insulin sensitivity that makes it harder for the body to control blood sugar levels.
Monday, February 04, 2019
Catherine Bares' Blog
Sleep is an important part of recovery when training.  Falling asleep has always been a struggle for me, so I did some research on setting myself up for success to get a good nights sleep. Did you know that your room atmosphere can set you up for better sleep, or even sabotage it? According to an article I came across in the July/August 2018 issue of Health Magazine, you can "set yourself up for snoozing success by arranging the most restful room possible."