Stress has become a normal part of life. It affects people of all ages, genders, races, and circumstances. And while we all cope differently with it, there is no way to avoid it completely. Stress is also not always a negative thing. It can sometimes provide the motivation and focus
Most people these days invest in finding the best, most comfortable mattress ever. Yet, simultaneously, a growing number of people are deciding to ditch the bed as we know it. In fact, they’re choosing to sleep on the floor. A glance at the Japanese will show you that the practice
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).
Most people are well aware of the importance of sleep. It helps conserve energy, aids in weight loss, improves concentration and more. However, recent discoveries have also shown that poor sleep can be a predictor for certain mental health disorders as well. In short, an appropriate amount of sleep is
When your life becomes extremely dull and busy, it is obvious that getting proper sleep at night becomes almost impossible. Sleep is basically the first thing that each and every person prefers sacrificing. Are you someone who is not giving a lot of importance to your sleeping pattern? If so,
Nap more during the hottest days and you will notice a significant improvement in your overall well-being. There’s a reason why there’s a thing called a ‘siesta’ and why we’re told to lie down for a bit when we’re feeling worn out. With the heat of summer and the continued
You’re probably like thousands of others who think that only older, overweight or sick men suffer from sleep apnoea. If this is the case, you’re wrong. The American Academy of Sleep Medicine estimates that as many as 26% of adults as young as 30 to 70 years have obstructive sleep
We’ve all been there. As soon as the alarm goes off, our first instinct isn’t to get up and start our day. Rather, more times than necessary, our first instinct is to reach out and hit the snooze button just so we can get a few minutes of extra sleep.
Staying fit and healthy in university is not really a priority for most students. For most, it is their first time living away from home, free of any restrictions, and with complete independence – you can eat, drink, and do whatever you want! However, neglecting your health and well-being can
According to The Alzheimer’s Association, 5.7 million Americans are currently living with Alzheimer’s disease and this number is set to rise to 16 million by 2050 (1). Aside from a large number of Americans affected, over 50 million people worldwide are also battling with Alzheimer’s. That being said, it is important