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Possible Causes of Sleep Apnea?

Sleep apnea can do more than just make someone annoying when they are sleeping. In extreme cases, it can have a negative impact on one’s lifestyle. Sleep apnea is a rather common sleep disorder. Anyone who snores in their sleep suffers from this disorder. It can do...

Stay Slim with These Quick and Healthy Snacks

The appeal of processed foods is no great mystery. After all, you can toss them in your backpack or briefcase for easy snacking throughout the day. Unfortunately, these tasty treats are not quite as healthy as they are convenient. Many of your favorite sodas and...

Is Watermelon Keto-Friendly?

Watermelon is a delicious and refreshing summertime staple. In addition to promoting hydration thanks to its high water content, it’s a good source of several nutrients, including vitamins C and A (1). What’s more, watermelon contains several antioxidants, such as...

The Connection Between Yoga and Better Sleep

Yoga isn’t just beneficial for improving core strength, flexibility, and stress levels; it can also help you sleep better—especially if you suffer from insomnia. When people who have insomnia is a yogi on a daily basis, they sleep for longer, fall asleep faster, and...

What’s A Good Morning Routine?

In this week’s blog I want to talk about what my morning routine isn’t. There’s a lot of talk in the fitness and wellbeing space around morning routines – long, elaborate, very fixed and regimented morning routines. Now I do have certain things I like to get done in...

How Sleep Adds Muscles

Quality sleep after lifting weights could be the secret to building stronger muscles, faster. A weightlifting session at the gym may leave you powered up for a night out on the town. It turns out that sleep is crucial for strength training recovery and helps with...

7 Best Vitamins and Supplements to Combat Stress

While everyone has specific life stress, factors related to job pressure, money, health, and relationships tend to be the most common. Stress can be acute or chronic and lead to fatigue, headaches, upset stomach, nervousness, and irritability or anger. Regular...

5 Ways Technology Affects Your Quality Of Sleep

In the U.S., nearly everyone uses some form of technology within an hour of going to bed at night. It’s easy to see how this is a natural progression for society, as technology surrounds us throughout the day.  However, some people don’t fare as well as others when...

Healthy Sleep for Children: Everything You Need to Know

A growing body of scientific literature is highlighting the negative effects of inadequate sleep. A survey carried out in Japan concluded that "shortened nocturnal sleep is a growing social phenomenon in industrialized countries.” Another...
Possible Causes of Sleep Apnea?

Possible Causes of Sleep Apnea?

Sleep apnea can do more than just make someone annoying when they are sleeping. In extreme cases, it can have a negative impact on one’s lifestyle. Sleep apnea is a rather common sleep disorder. Anyone who snores in their sleep suffers from this disorder. It can do...

read more
Stay Slim with These Quick and Healthy Snacks

Stay Slim with These Quick and Healthy Snacks

The appeal of processed foods is no great mystery. After all, you can toss them in your backpack or briefcase for easy snacking throughout the day. Unfortunately, these tasty treats are not quite as healthy as they are convenient. Many of your favorite sodas and...

read more
Is Watermelon Keto-Friendly?

Is Watermelon Keto-Friendly?

Watermelon is a delicious and refreshing summertime staple. In addition to promoting hydration thanks to its high water content, it’s a good source of several nutrients, including vitamins C and A (1). What’s more, watermelon contains several antioxidants, such as...

read more
The Connection Between Yoga and Better Sleep

The Connection Between Yoga and Better Sleep

Yoga isn’t just beneficial for improving core strength, flexibility, and stress levels; it can also help you sleep better—especially if you suffer from insomnia. When people who have insomnia is a yogi on a daily basis, they sleep for longer, fall asleep faster, and...

read more
What’s A Good Morning Routine?

What’s A Good Morning Routine?

In this week’s blog I want to talk about what my morning routine isn’t. There’s a lot of talk in the fitness and wellbeing space around morning routines – long, elaborate, very fixed and regimented morning routines. Now I do have certain things I like to get done in...

read more
How Sleep Adds Muscles

How Sleep Adds Muscles

Quality sleep after lifting weights could be the secret to building stronger muscles, faster. A weightlifting session at the gym may leave you powered up for a night out on the town. It turns out that sleep is crucial for strength training recovery and helps with...

read more
7 Best Vitamins and Supplements to Combat Stress

7 Best Vitamins and Supplements to Combat Stress

While everyone has specific life stress, factors related to job pressure, money, health, and relationships tend to be the most common. Stress can be acute or chronic and lead to fatigue, headaches, upset stomach, nervousness, and irritability or anger. Regular...

read more
5 Ways Technology Affects Your Quality Of Sleep

5 Ways Technology Affects Your Quality Of Sleep

In the U.S., nearly everyone uses some form of technology within an hour of going to bed at night. It’s easy to see how this is a natural progression for society, as technology surrounds us throughout the day.  However, some people don’t fare as well as others when...

read more
Marijuana and Cancer

Marijuana and Cancer

Marijuana is the name given to the dried buds and leaves of varieties of the Cannabis sativa plant, which can grow wild in warm and tropical climates throughout the world and be cultivated commercially. It goes by many names, including pot, grass, cannabis, weed,...

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9 Drinks That Help You Sleep

9 Drinks That Help You Sleep

A good night’s rest is often overlooked as an important component of health and help you sleep. Experts recommend that adults aged 18–60 get at least 7–9 hours of sleep each night (1). Too little or too much sleep is associated with an increased risk of depression,...

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