Have you ever noticed that as the weather gets colder, you get sleepier? Suddenly, turning in at 9 p.m. doesn’t feel like such a bad idea. You might still sleep until your normal wake-up time, increasing your total number of hours of shuteye. If this describes your experience as the seasons change, you’re not alone. You can learn more over at myfitnesspal.com
When you make a plan to run in the morning, you set your alarm to wake you up and you pick out the clothes and shoes you’re going to wear. The only catch? It’s getting increasingly late, and you can’t seem to fall asleep. As it turns out, even one night of partial sleep deprivation may have an effect on your performance the next day, a recent study in the journal Physiology & Behavior suggests. Runner's World has more...
Did you know that when you first wake up in the morning, your brain is physically bigger than it will be when you go to sleep? It’s because our brains are the most hydrated after a period of rest. Trello has the insight into this...
If you set an alarm each night before turning out the lights, take note: Waking up feeling refreshed and alert could be as simple as changing the tone on your alarm clock, according to research published in the journal PLOS One. myfitnesspal.com has more on the terror an alarm clock can cause!
You drift off to sleep easily, then all of a sudden it’s 3am and you’re wide awake. The time you wake up during the night is no fluke, and with 74 per cent of women agreeing their sleep is often disturbed, we need to know why! The Sun has some insight...
There are few things as frustrating as being unable to fall asleep, especially if you have a big day ahead and need your rest. In a recent YouTube video, Doctor Jo, a licensed physical therapist and doctor of physical therapy, demonstrated a simple breathing exercise that she recommends to clients, claiming it can help you drift off nice and quickly, rather than spending hours in bed, staring at the ceiling or counting sheep.
She calls it the '4-7-8' technique, and it consists of inhaling for 4 seconds, holding that breath for 7 seconds, and then exhaling for 8 seconds.
You can learn more about this technique with Runners World!
Feeling hungry is a normal part of life and is a signal that your body is lacking the energy it needs to function to its highest ability. Most people tend to get hungry before their next meal and hunger can also be increased if you've done more exercise than usual. The Sun has 10 reasons why!
Whether it's a starfish or the fetal position, we all have that favourite sleeping position when we get into bed. But the way you lie at night could be having an impact on your health. The Sun has the lowdown...
Sleep is non-negotiable. We all need 7-9 hours every night for a healthy brain and body, those with babies and toddlers are yet to remember what 7-9 hours feels like but 1 in 3 adults aren't getting that. myfitnesspal has the facts...
When the temperatures start to soar, its instinctive to want to strip off and cool down, whack the fan on and have each window open! The Sun has 11 tips to help you snore well tonight!
From dehydration, exhaustion, sunstroke and trouble sleeping, the hot weather can impact us all and we've got the advice to help. The Sun has a few tips and tricks we keep up our sleeves...
If you're working from home and feel groggy in the mornings, the fix couldn't be easier! Runner's World has the help at hand...
There are so many different ways of sleeping, but what does the way you sleep say about you? The Sun has more!
There are different types of sleepers out there, well so the research says! But which are you? The Sun has the results from some research from the mattress company, Simba!
If you are struggling to get yourself out of bed, how about some tips on how to jump up and get ready to smash your day?! The Muse have 6 tips to get you going!
You don't realise the power of a good night's sleep until you can't catch enough zzzz! The Sun has a list of what you can lose from your bedroom to help you snore all the way through!
Do you get enough sleep? Its a silly question I know but just how much is enough? The Sun has some words of wisdom on just how much you need!
I'll admit I'm guilty of it, but I'm fine.. honest! Long term, maybe not but with just 3% of people actually taking a full hour lunch break and 52% taking about 10 minutes, the longer lasting effects can be damaging. The Sun has more on this and why we (including me) need to make a change!
Everyone wants a good night sleep and unless you have a newborn baby waking up every 5 minutes, that's much else you can do! Coach magazine has some tips on how to become less of a 'night owl'.
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