While many people think that cardio is the key to catching more high-quality Zzz’s, it turns out that there’s another type of workout that may be the key to better sleep—and that’s resistance training.
Eight hours is the recommended amount of time experts say most adults should sleep every night. But why should we spend one-third of the day—and what amounts to one-third of our lives—catching Zzz’s?
Because of how sleep and stress influence each other, it’s easy to see how stress can seem out of control, caused by a never-ending cycle of high stress and poor sleep. It’s a good thing that there are many ways you can work to improve your sleep and deal with life’s inevitable stressors.
If you struggle to get eight hours of sleep each night, you’re not alone. Learn why eight hours is no longer the standard.
All new Premium Sleep Profile provides a month-long, in-depth analysis of your sleep to help you pinpoint how you can improve your Zzz’s overtime.
If you can’t fall or stay asleep, this calming routine can help you unwind and drift off.
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You likely knew how essential sleep is for overall health. But did you know it’s also critical to keep your memory sharp?
Did you know that lying awake at night, worrying that you’re not getting enough sleep, can actually make it harder to get the rest your body needs? Here’s why—and how to shift your mindset.
If you’d like to harness the sleep-promoting benefits of exercise, here’s everything you need to know.