Insomnia can take a serious toll on both your mental and physical health. Here are 10 effective strategies for improving sleep
Rick Tiedemann provides a deeper appreciation as to why sleep is so important, and offers helpful tips and tricks for achieving better sleep.
If you’ve been diagnosed with insomnia or are having difficulty sleeping, these 5 natural, non-medicinal therapies can be effective treatment
Registered Dietitian, Natalie Siu-Mitton discusses natural strategies to help you get a restful sleep.
Most adults will experience an episode of poor sleep at some point in life, which is often triggered by a stressor. For many adults, sleep difficulties naturally subside as the triggering circumstances resolve – but for others, this is the onset of insomnia.
In our fast-paced Western culture, it’s no surprise that so many Canadians have difficulty falling asleep. Since it is not often possible to change our culture and our environment, another way to find some peace within the chaos of the world is through yoga.
Whether you’re training for a competition or involved with recreational sports, you can expect to see a decrease in exercise performance if you are selling yourself short on sleep.
Our evening TV, movies or other electronic habits that we use to quiet our brains may actually be working against us when it comes to a restful sleep.
It’s called jet lag, and it’s caused by the temporary difference between the sleep and wake cycle generated by our internal body clock at home, and the environmental rhythms of our destination time zone.
Food relates directly to serotonin production – a key hormone that helps promote rest, so it’s important to consume more of these foods and avoid those that tamper with your natural sleep patterns.