A good night’s sleep is more than just getting enough exercise and eating healthy food. It’s also about the environment that you sleep in. Believe it or not, the space in which you sleep can have a huge impact on the quality of your rest, so it is vital to ensure that your bedroom is as soothing as it can be. From lighting to mattresses, there are a lot of considerations when it comes to creating the perfect sleep environment.
Although usually associated with babies and toddlers, for some people night terrors can actually continue into adulthood, causing restless nights and sleep deprivation. It is estimated that around 2% of adults can experience them, although this figure may be higher as people don’t tend to remember them when they wake up.
Sticking sharp needles into various parts of your body might not sound like the perfect way to unwind and drift off to sleep, but studies show that acupuncture can actually have an interesting effect on those who are seeking respite from insomnia.
Getting a great night’s sleep is usually what most of us hope for when we go to bed. But did you know that the snacks you eat before you hit that hay can have a huge impact on how much shut-eye you get?
Time and time again, studies have proven the health benefits of a regular yoga practice. Whether you manage 5 minutes every now and then or a full hour a day, just a little bit of yoga can go a long way in keeping your mind and body happy and healthy.
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