Did you know that March is National Sleep Awareness Month? Here at Fitbit, we’re always looking for ways to get better rest—and help you do so, too. This month on the blog, we’re covering everything related to getting more, and better, Zzz’s. That includes the best ways to catch up on it (and recover from “social jetlag”, or the disruption in our internal body clock caused by the difference between our weekday sleep habits versus how we sleep on the weekend), and even why binge-watching TV right before bed may negatively impact sleep.
We’re also excited to provide you with insight from one of the world’s renowned well-being experts, pioneer of integrative medicine Deepak Chopra, as a part of our exclusive new wellness collection: Deepak Chopra’s Mindful Method for Fitbit. He’ll be sharing his expertise on how the body can experience a state of deep rest while the mind is in stillness—and how to cultivate more of this state, both physically and mentally, as a practice in our everyday lives.
With International Women’s Day coming up on March 8, it’s important that we choose to challenge—both ourselves and each other about what needs to change in order to make our world more equal. On the blog, we’re looking at ways we can start making health more inclusive for women everywhere. The truth is that health comes in all shapes, sizes, and experiences—so why is it still so common to try and fit it into a one-size-fits-all box?
Many of us may still be at home, but that’s no reason not to engage in a spring refresh this year—in fact, it may provide even more incentive than usual! You’ve been working from home for a year now, so does that mean your workspace needs a spring cleaning? Spoiler: Yes. We’ve got you covered with ways to refresh your at-home workstation, and also to engage in a seasonal refresh and recharge once you’ve stepped away from your desk—whatever that may look like.
Last month, we explored self-care, what it means in today’s world, and why it’s more important than ever to incorporate it into your routine. In case you missed it: No longer a luxury, self-care is a necessity. February may have been a short month, but it was jam-packed—and we’re excited to keep the momentum going in March. Stay tuned for all kinds of informative and inspiring content.
This information is for educational purposes only and is not intended as a substitute for medical diagnosis or treatment. You should not use this information to diagnose or treat a health problem or condition. Always check with your doctor before changing your diet, altering your sleep habits, taking supplements, or starting a new fitness routine.