better sleep

An easy little game to trick yourself to sleep.
Blame biology ¯\_(ツ)_/¯
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Simple: You can sleep on the right ear to block the noise input or use earplugs. So if you are moving around as a tourist
As if you needed another excuse to make over your bedroom: It can be good for your health. Every decor choice you make, whether it's the lighting, the window treatments, or the bed itself, has an impact on the quality of your sleep.
The NHL's San Jose Sharks have relied on an improved sleep and nutrition regimine to go from playoff outsiders to Stanley Cup Finalists in one season.
So to everyone who has narcolepsy and still wakes up every day: YOU ARE AMAZING. You win. And don't ever believe otherwise. Stand up for yourself. This is your life, and you can do incredible things! You just have to realize that. Don't be afraid to tell your story.
Believe it or not, there are plenty of things you can do today that'll increase your odds of sleeping better tonight and waking up refreshed tomorrow. Here are nine simple, science-backed strategies to try.
An innovative new mattress tracks your movements and conforms to your body to help you sleep better.
Does pain keep you up at night? How do you handle your pain? Does your mattress play a role in your pain management?
However, one of the best ways to keep the side effects of aging at bay may be something anyone can do, for free: get better sleep. The more we learn about rest and biology, the clearer it is that sleep plays an important role in keeping skin, bodies and minds young. In fact, it may be one of the most effective things you can do.
Nutrition and sleep are both hot areas of research right now, and recent studies have found that what we eat affects how we sleep, and that in turn, how we sleep can affect what we eat.
Skip a few no-nos that may be sabotaging your sleep for deeper, more refreshing slumber, starting tonight. By Christie Aschwanden
We reached out to some of the top fitness experts and asked how they balance their exercise, health and sleep schedules both personally and for clients, and also asked them to clear up common misconceptions they see regarding rest in the fitness world. Read on to learn from some of the best in fitness.