• How to Choose a Mattress April 19, 2017

    How to Choose a Mattress Your sleep comfort is an important variable in your overall health, and if you are considering making a new mattress investment, be sure to consider your needs before making your choice. Your mattress is one of the most important sleep aides you can use to influence a better night’s rest since tossing...

  • Health Benefits Of Sleeping And How Far They Reach March 30, 2017

    Some tips on Sleep from our friends at The Sleep Judge. Article by by Candace OsmondWe all suffer from some sort of sleep loss. It's nearly impossible to live in today's world and be able to say that you get a solid 8-10 hours every night. Right? Whether it's in the form of a new baby, long work hours,...

  • Effect of Stress and Pain on Sleep Quality March 10, 2017

    Getting the adequate amount of sleep while dealing with chronic or even mild pain can be extremely difficult.  Sleep is a main physiological necessity people need to survive. When dealing with chronic pain, it can be nearly impossible to get the sleep required for optimum performance. Recent research done by the National Sleep Foundation (NSF), shows that...

  • For Fitness and Beyond: Are We Becoming Obsessed with Tracking Devices? March 6, 2017

    Sleep-measuring devices and apps are able to track the resting heart rate of the user. With a few fancy gadgets, it also manages to determine when the user enters REM sleep. Although this may allow the user to better understand their sleep patterns, it could also cause undue stress or hypervigilance.

  • Spring Forward with Ease! March 2, 2017

    The spring time change can affect people’s circadian rhythms and disrupt their regular sleep habits. This early bedtime is what most people find hard because they aren’t ready and they don’t feel tired enough to fall asleep. Simple changes that can make the spring clock change easier:

  • Sleep Hygiene Made Clearer and Easier February 23, 2017

    Television and radio programs, journal and online articles, and books talk about the importance of lifestyle changes, called sleep hygiene, that can support good sleep. You have likely come across these changes. Below are sleep hygiene tips, but organized in a way to make this easier for you. The list below also contains information you likely have not seen elsewhere.

  • Top Ten Tips to Feel Better as Daylight Grows Shorter November 3, 2016

    As winter approaches, some people are affected by daylight getting shorter. For some, it’s a minor change in mood and others experience a deep depression called Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD).What causes this? The reduced level of sunlight can disrupt the body’s internal clock and cause a drop in serotonin, a brain chemical (neurotransmitter) that affects mood....

  • Top Ten Tips to Help You Adjust to Standard Time Change October 24, 2016

    On Sunday November 6, 2016 at 2 AM clock time shifts back one hour.

  • How to Get a Good Night’s Sleep Away from Home July 6, 2016

    We share some tips to help you get a good night’s sleep away from home, helping your rest feel a little bit more valuable:

  • How Devices and Even Light are Killing Your Sleep May 19, 2016

    Before Thomas Edison turned on the light bulb, people went to bed earlier. They tended to retire just after dusk. This was a different sleep schedule than the eight-hour sleep goal we now have. Back in the day people often slept in two segments, "first sleep" and "morning sleep." In clinical terms, it's called "Segmented Sleep."...

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