Sleep Advice That Works
L-Theanine is an amino acid extracted from Green Tea. This natural supplement reduces anxiety, improves focus, and improves the quality of your sleep.
Keeping a sleep diary is the first step recommended by sleep therapists – it’s easy and free, and it can reveal a lot about why you’re not sleeping well.
Alcohol isn’t a solution for sleep problems – it’s a cause, even though it seems like alcohol helps you fall asleep.
Insomnia isn’t a sleep disorder, it’s an anxiety disorder. Find 4 simple ways to reduce your daytime anxiety and start sleeping better tonight.
Blue light is a sleep killer. It sends your body a powerful signal that it’s time to get up, and it comes from the devices we use most: laptops, phones, the television. But there are ways to take it out of the equation before bedtime…
Shawn Stevenson offers a fantastic synthesis of the best thinking around sleep, nutrition, and mind/body health – all centered on ways to sleep better. This is a great introduction to better sleep for anyone who struggles to get enough of ‘the sleep sauce,’ as he...
Tracking your sleep is a powerful tool to make changes – research shows that sleep deprivation causes you to misjudge how much sleep you’re getting so you might be surprised when you start paying close attention. Knowing how much and how well you slept will tell you whether your sleep strategies are working.
Our optimal sleeping temperature is between 60 and 68 Degrees – that’s colder than you would expect.
Ear Plugs and an Eye-mask are essential to my sleep. They send an instant signal to your brain that it’s time to go sleep – an easy sleep hygiene win.
Melatonin has been a lifesaver. It helps set your internal clock and offers so many other health benefits.
Magnesium might be the most common mineral our bodies are deficient in – it has a powerful affect on your sleep, your relaxation, and your general health.