If you’re looking for a fairly painless way to lose weight (or at least not gain) researchers at Brigham Young University have a new solution for you.
Posts Tagged Sleep
Studies link a shortage of shut-eye with obesity and diabetes.
Do you do everything right — get to bed early, have one of those wave sound machines, wake up according to your sleep cycle — but still wake up exhausted in the morning? One of these hidden causes may be to blame.
Can’t sleep? It may be time to invest in a new mattress.
Sleep. Many of us would like to know how to get more of it, do it better, and make it easier. And for good reason: The average person spends more than a third of their life catching Zzs.
Birth control, equal pay, government representation — and sleep? Turns out snooze time may be the latest item on the list of women’s issues.
We have certain ideas of what an office go-getter looks like. Taking a nap at one’s desk usually isn’t part of this picture. And even if it was, modern “knowledge workers” often have trouble finding the time to write an email, let alone have a snooze.
Research has shown that exercising your mind contributes to your mental health and well being. While physical activity has been shown to aid in sharpening our minds and recall, simple mental exercises can help us to remain sharp and improve memory as we age.
Sleep is vital to keeping your weight in check, building muscle and keeping your mind sharp. Instead of pumping yourself with caffeine in the morning and craving junk food all day, start doing these four things today to insure a more productive tomorrow.
Want to lose weight and reduce your chance of diabetes? Go to bed a little earlier and get a full night’s sleep.