Sleep

morning | Longevity LIVE

Mornings aren’t the best for everyone. While your colleagues stream in every morning, bright-eyed and ready for the day ahead – you often look like you lost a very long battle with your pillowcase. No matter how hard you try, you find yourself continuously hitting the snooze button before eventually

orthodontic | Longevity LIVE

It is surprising how simple oral problems can exacerbate other health issues and impact the quality of your life. For instance, misaligned or crooked teeth can affect your speech or pronunciations while gum diseases can be the underlying cause of other health conditions like such as diabetes. Orthodontic treatments can

bright | Longevity LIVE

Cancer survivors experience more sleep problems than most people. Up to 60% of them experience mild to severe insomnia with symptoms like difficulty falling asleep, inability to sleep through the night and daytime sleepiness. Some of the factors behind this include the cancer treatments administered and symptoms like fatigue and

sleep | Longevity Live

We all know that using a computer in bed is not a good idea as it can keep us awake at night. The same applies to watching television, especially horror movies before going to bed. If we want to get enough good night’s sleep, we should also avoid drinking coffee

sleep | Longevity LIVE

As much as we try to practice great skin care, we’ve all been guilty of going to sleep with our make-upon once or twice (or possibly three to four times). Whether it’s a result of a long work day or simply being too lazy, making a habit of going to

pain

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

early | Longevity LIVE

According to recent statistics from the World Health Organization, more than 300 million people of all ages suffer from depression in the world, with it being a major contributor to the overall global burden of disease. While this condition is more common in women, a recent study suggests that being an

food | Longevity LIVE

Grabbing a quick snack in the middle of the night might not be the worst thing you could do for your health. However – according to a new study – if your night-time junk food snacking turns into habit, you could then be putting your health at risk, albeit by

sleep | Longevity LIVE

The body needs an opportunity to rest and recharge, which is why getting enough sleep is incredibly important for your overall health. Adequate sleep can help to lower your risk of developing chronic illness as well as keep both your brain and immune system healthy and strong. It’s recommend to

circadian rhythms | Longevity LIVE

Have you ever noticed that your waking and sleeping patterns tend to work in a set pattern? The reason for this is that the body runs on a number of different circadian rhythms. The blood pressure varies of 24 hours, as does the pulse rate, the body temperature, all hormones,