Now that the ball has dropped in Times Square, your mind is probably swimming with all of the ways you’ll change your life this year. Although most people are quick to start a new diet or improve their health in some way, the vast majority of folks overlook one area of their lives that could use a significant makeover: how they sleep each night. Mattresses don’t last forever. In fact, independent studies conducted by the Better Sleep Council have shown that mattresses should be replaced every 5-7 years, which is why you should consider starting 2017 with a brand new mattress. Here are some mattress shopping tips for choosing the right mattress, so that you can get the well-deserved sleep you need to achieve those New Year’s resolutions.
Now that all your young ones are on a much needed winter break they are going to be staying up later, playing more, and eating more. Although the holidays are a time for family fun, it is important for kids to get enough sleep. As we’ve discussed in previous sleep blogs, you can’t simply pay off sleep debt like a credit card, once you miss the sleep it’s gone forever and it works the same way for your children too. Check out some of our tips below on how to make sure your children go back to school nice and refreshed in the New Year:
While the weather outside is frightful, days like today end up being the perfect type of day to cozy up on the couch and stay in! So if you are planning to do just that today, below we've gathered 4 of our favorite ways to get comfy and just be lazy! Happy snow day everyone!
The holidays can be a wonderful time with family and friends, but they can also be a stressful time with less relaxation and inconsistent sleep.
Have you found yourself wanting to doze off during the day or have experienced jet lag? If so, then you have an idea of what circadian rhythm is. So is it all just something that you were told so you would get enough sleep as a teenager or is it a real part of your everyday life? The answer just might surprise you… Your circadian rhythm is very real, and could be effecting you each and every day you roll into and out of bed. So what is it? Well put simply, your circadian rhythm is a 24-hour internal clock that runs in the background of your brain and cycles you through sleepiness and alertness at normally, regular intervals.