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Sleep Well, Eat Well

Good sleep is essential to good health, there’s no doubt about it. After over 30 years in the sleep industry, we have learned that there is not one aspect of our lives in which sleep does not effect. The well-being of our bodies, minds, and hearts are all deeply related to the quality of rest we…

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Importance of Rest and Ways to Achieve It

Although a certain amount of hours of sleep is recommended by the medical community, it isn’t just about being in bed for a prescribed period of time. It is important the sleep be restful. A night of tossing and turning or lying awake for hours is not physically or mentally beneficial. Adults generally need 7 to…

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Sleep Fact and Fiction

Many Americans struggle to fall asleep or stay asleep each night. If you are one of them you may have heard conflicting information about what helps people sleep and what negatively impacts sleep. Read on to learn whether common sleep beliefs are fact or fiction. Fiction: Alcohol Will Help You Sleep. People commonly believe that…

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How Sleep Affects Your Love Life

Let’s say you have a hot date tonight. Yay! You’re going out for drinks at some swanky spot downtown. You’re excited…and a tad bit nervous. According to the experts, your dating experience could go very differently, depending on the quality of your sleep the night before! Dating is far from simple, but here’s a deliberately…

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Bedtime Stories for Better Learning

So we’ve been thinking a lot this time of year about getting kids back on that school-night schedule, hard as it may be for youngsters and grown-ups alike. It’s important, because sleep is even more crucial for kids than for adults and the average elementary school student needs 11 hours per night. Experts say bedtime routines—some people…

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