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Improve your Sleep Naturally

Everything you need to improve your sleep naturally is to work on your sleep hygiene. Sleep hygiene refers to a series of practices and habits that impact your ability (or inability) to get a good night’s sleep on a regular basis.

If you have troubles falling asleep at night, the first thing you should do is to make adjustments to your lifestyle and behavior. Even the smallest change can mean the difference between blissful slumber and restless nights.

We know exactly what you need to do in order to dramatically improve your sleep and overcome your sleeping difficulties in a healthy way.

Better Sleep Guide

Enjoy better sleep at night, improve your mental and physical health, as well as how you think and feel during the day.

Sleep Condition Research

Learn everything there is about sleep disorder types, causes, risks, symptoms, tests, treatments and support.

Mattress Guide

Is it time for you to purchase a new mattress? Find your ideal model by checking out our unbiased mattress guide.

Grief Leads to Sleep Disturbances that Affect Heart Health

A study carried out by Rice University, and Northwestern University has indicated that individuals who have recently lost a partner have a higher risk or experiencing sleep disturbances that may particularly bad for their heart.  Grief leads to sleep disruptions that...

Poor Sleep Associated with Unhealthy Lifestyle Profile in Children and Adolescents

A new study conducted among 177,000 students and carried out by the American Academy of Sleep Medicine has found out that inadequate sleep in children and adolescents is linked with unhealthy lifestyle profile such as poor diet and more screen time. The results of the...

Can’t Sleep? Fruit Flies and Energy Drinks May Help You Understand Why

A recent study revealed that the mechanism for regulating sleep in fruit flies uses an ingredient typically found in energy drinks.  Although it doesn’t seem like it, fruit flies are very similar to humans. Like humans, they are active during the day and sleep at...