Most people have a basic understanding of what makes their lifestyle healthy to begin with, including the three pillars of healthy living, sleep, exercise, and diet. What most people don’t pay too much attention to, however, is the relationship among these three crucial elements in our lives. In much the same way you cannot exercise safely and perform well without optimal sleep, you cannot expect your body to unwind and rest properly when you don’t provide the right nourishment and at the right time.
Do you stay up late watching the ceiling because sleep eludes your stressed brain? Does drowsiness overpower you only in the daytime? Would you like a better and healthier alternative to sleeping pills? Try exercising yoga for inducing sleep.
There’s a new edge in sports that athletes are exploiting to improve their performance. And it’s so simple it may surprise you.
Sometimes falling asleep is difficult. It’s hard to unwind from a long day of work, chores, kids, and other responsibilities. We lie in bed awake thinking of what we have to do tomorrow, toss and turn in our beds trying to get comfortable, and when we do finally manage to fall asleep, we have stress dreams about the next day’s activities and responsibilities. It’s a dangerous, exhausting cycle that pushes many to invest in sleep masks, earplugs, and over the counter medicine to help us fall asleep, all of which lose their effectiveness over time