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Stages One and Two of Sleep

Society seems to frown on sleep as people fight against the signs of a failing internal balance. Yawns are treated with caffeine in coffee, and insomnia is silenced with pills. What exactly should a good night’s sleep do for you? The first stage of sleep is known as the shallow end of sleep. It typically […]

The World of Sleep

“’It seems as if we are now living in a worldwide test of the negative consequences of sleep deprivation,’ says Robert Stickgold, director of the Center for Sleep and Cognition at Harvard Medical School” (Finkel 47). Sleep does more than you may think. Besides being important for mental and physical health, sleep is also key […]

If You Must…

Eating before bed is rarely a good idea, but if you must, here are a few tips to keep those late-night excursions from disrupting your sleep too much. To start with, the biggest things to avoid are big meals, caffeine (at least 6 hours before bed), alcohol (at least 6 hours before bed), and sugary […]

Sleep and Colors

The color of your bedroom walls plays a role in how well you sleep. Some colors suppress sleep while others help maximize its effectiveness. In a study by the hotel brand Travelodge, researchers analyzed 2000 bedrooms to determine which colors helped and which ones hindered sleep. These are the colors to avoid in a bedroom: […]

Back to School Sleep Routine

School is coming up fast and that means having to adjust back to the school year sleep routine. If you or your kids are having trouble, here are some tips to help make the transition a little smoother.  Start 2 weeks early The best thing to do is to set the routine in motion at […]

Separate Bedrooms for Couples

Some couples have no problems sleeping in the same room, but not every couple is the same. When it comes to having a partner who snores, tosses and turns in the middle of the night, needs a different firmness to the mattress, or a different temperature to sleep, it may be time to think about […]

Food Induced Nightmares

That’s right, the food you eat before you sleep can lead to nightmares. The next time you’re thinking about a little pre-sleep snack, be sure to avoid one that’ll wake you up in the middle of the night. Below are the foods to avoid before going to bed. Sugary Snacks For sweet dreams, avoiding sweets […]

Travel, Sleep, & Beverages

It isn’t always easy getting the sleep you need when traveling, but did you know, what you drink could be sabotaging your rest? Summer is the time to enjoy a relaxing vacation, and that may mean sampling different wines or beers as you travel the globe. Here are a few tips to make sure wine […]

5 Things for Dad on Father’s Day

Do you know what gift to give dad for Father’s Day? A day with you of course! The best part about quality time is that it doesn’t have to be expensive, and we know that’s just what most parent’s love to hear, too. Here are a few simple, but fun, activities to do with dad. […]

Teens Not Sleeping Enough

Before going too far into teenagers not sleeping enough, it’s important to know how much they should be sleeping. Teenagers should sleep eight to ten hours while younger children, ages 6 – 12, are recommended to sleep nine hours. These numbers come from The American Academy of Sleep Medicine. Sleep is important for many reasons. […]

5 Things for Mom on Mother’s Day

What is the greatest gift you can give to your mother? Well, besides grandchildren, spending quality time together is the best gift of all! Memories aren’t bought, they’re made, and that’s why we’ll be focusing on priceless activities. First, be sure to figure out what your mom likes to do best. Does she enjoy staying […]

Waking kids up

School isn’t over yet, but we bet it’s getting more and more difficult to wake your kids up and get them moving in the morning. If the usual routine isn’t working, then switching it up could make all the difference. In a survey of 2,000 parents done by Feather & Black, a designer of children’s […]

Sleepwalking – Who Really Stole Your Pillow

Ever had a pillow go missing? Or a blanket in some other room and a sibling swearing they had nothing to do with it? You may be a victim of sleepwalking. Sleepwalking is a disorder that causes a person walk in their sleep. The sleepwalker often can’t remember the event, and sometimes, the sleepwalker is […]

Spring vacation coming up?

Spring break is just around the corner for some, and it could be the perfect time to gain some health benefits from a well-deserved vacation. A recent study looked at two different groups. One went on a vacation while the other group stayed at home. The results? Those that went on a vacation had a […]

Daylight Saving Time – increasing sleep debt

Sunday March 11th marks everyone’s favorite night: The night we all lose an hour of sleep to Daylight Saving Time. This night is more than just an annoyance; however, as it has been known to wreak havoc on sleep schedules. It isn’t just sleep that is affected by this shifting of the clock hand either. […]

Sleep Trackers and Their Accuracy

Ever wonder if the device you wear is accurately tracking your sleep, or just how well it compares to other brands? The truth is, there’s always a better way to track sleep than the wrist bands available on the market. That doesn’t mean they aren’t at least semi-successful, however. An undergraduate researcher at Brown University, […]

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