Our everyday performance, energy levels, and mood mainly depend on the quality and durability of the night’s sleep. While sleep is essential for the functioning of the human body, quality, and regular sleep is essential for optimal health. Living in a world lightened up by so many lights, driven by
Stress during this COVID-19 pandemic has caused almost a quarter of employees and many others to toss and turn all night long. Not only is this expensive for the global economy in terms of productivity, but it’s also detrimental to our health and wellbeing. Essentially, tens of millions of employees
Beauty and recovery are two important aspects of our lives that might require some extra effort to make time for self-care. You see without self-care we will not be able to relax and recover nor feel true beauty from within. Interestingly, it’s also often the little adjustments that have the
Destress yourself so that you can have the most successful and relaxing experience possible this year. 2020 is an even number, so we believe it’s going to be a great one! Let’s do our best to ensure we’re calm getting through it. Luckily there are a few very effective ways
When you don’t get enough sleep, how do you feel? If you’re like most people, sleepiness makes you feel grouchy, irritable, prone to anxiety, and easily frustrated. Even when you’re normally even-tempered, not getting enough sleep can turn you into someone rather unpleasant to be around. The same goes for
The world isn’t getting enough sleep. In the United States alone, around 50-70 million people are suffering from sleep disorders, be it insomnia, restless leg syndrome, narcolepsy and breathing-related sleep disorders. Furthermore, a study published in the journal Sleep found that nearly one-third of Americans sleep fewer than six hours per night (1).
More than 126 million U.S. adults reported experiencing chronic pain in the previous three months, according to a 2015 study in the Journal of Pain — 25.3 million contend with it every day, and 23.4 million say that it’s severe. If you’re one of those folks, you know that takes
The You Docs’ expert advice about the link between stress, insomnia and pain More than 126 million US adults reported experiencing pain in the previous three months, according to a 2015 study in the Journal of Pain – 25.3 million contend with it every day, and 23.4 million say it’s
Do you sleep enough. Our sleeping patterns are heavily influenced by our hectic and stressful lives. Sleep is the golden chain that ties our health and bodies together, it therefore becomes a massive concern when poor quality sleep becomes a modern trend. Studies show that one of the keys to
Suffering from exhaustion, sleep disorders and weight problems is no way to live. Today many people are walking around with undiagnosed thyroid conditions. You may have had your thyroid checked and the results were ‘normal’, or you may be on thyroid medication and still be suffering from the same symptoms.