Large cities such as Los Angeles have a tendency to make life feel rushed, especially when traffic makes what should be a 10-minute drive home a much longer hour-long drive. That's valuable time out of the day! It's no wonder more than a third of Americans aren't getting enough sleep. You need restful sleep so your body can repair, replenish, and prepare for the next day. If you're struggling to get enough sleep, which experts say should be about seven or eight hours, here are some tips to help you create a sleep-friendly home.
Each morning I unwrap a small sack of coffee beans, pour them carefully into a grinder, fasten the lid, and let the whir of the grinder wake me up. Making coffee has become essential to my morning routine. I genuinely like it, but sometimes I need it. Modern attitudes surrounding caffeine consumption align with the second sentiment, highlighted by the “but first, coffee” movement.
In the last decade, the issue of sleep has gained particular relevance and has even become a great problem for many modern people. The rapidly changing world, the constant vanity, and stress are so familiar to everyone, and it would seem that problems with sleep are a logical consequence.