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Sleep Hygiene – an Effective Remedy for a Better Night’s Sleep

Some unexpected factors could be having an major impact on the quality of your slumber. Specifically sleep hygiene. A good night’s sleep. It’s something we all need, yet so many struggle to get. Most of us have been there at one time or another. Tossing and turning,...

How to get good sleep

Many people are struggling with sleep disorders, which might mean they fall asleep quickly but then wake up multiple times in the night, or it may mean not falling asleep easily at all. I am really very lucky to not have any sleep issues in my life. I do believe that...

Why you may not be losing weight on the keto diet

If you aren't losing weight on the keto diet, you may not be following it correctly. The keto diet has exploded in popularity as a way to lose weight and improve health. But not everyone loses weight on keto, and some stop losing weight after a few months. If you...

Don’t Sleep Without Rest

Even your pets can have restless nights. Many of us will fall asleep at night thinking that we are able to have a restful sleep at the same time and the truth is that we are not receiving as much rest as we assume we are if we are not following some simple practices...

5 Ways to Try Yoga for Weight Loss

A daily yoga practice can also help you sleep better and feel less stressed. Here's how to get started. Most people don't gravitate to yoga when they are looking to lose weight. Intense cardio and weightlifting are thought of as the keys to...

11 Things That Can Interfere With Your Sleep

From anxiety to diet, there is a variety of reasons you might struggle to your sleep. There are a variety of reasons why you might not be able to fall asleep or struggle to stay asleep—reasons that could affect you at any point during the year. Because it’s not just...

Keto diet: 1-week meal plan and tips

When following a keto diet, some people may find it difficult to work out the right foods to eat and when to eat them. Meal plans can help people get used to the diet or stick with it. The keto diet is a high fat, low carbohydrate diet. Potential benefits of...

Breathing Techniques: A Guide to the Science and Methods

Breathing is part of our body’s master blueprint for regulating the body’s rhythms. Yet how often do we take breathing techniques for granted? Short ragged breath rhythms will both reflect our emotional state and cause us to grow frantic, stressed, and unfocused....

18 Reasons Why Getting A Pet Fish Can Keep You Healthy And Improve Your Life

Pet fish are one of the more under appreciated pets, especially when compared with their more popular rivals, cats and dogs. But is their lower place on the totem pole deserved? Or do fish have powers to make us happier and healthier, just like Kitty and Rover? Being...
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...

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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...

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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...

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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...

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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...

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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...

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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...

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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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Boost Your Power With Gratitude Training

Boost Your Power With Gratitude Training

From our first days of life on this earth, we are intrinsically and physiologically driven to fill various needs. From food and friendship to water and a sense of belonging, we usually find our satiation solutions through external means. As a matter of habit, it’s not...

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