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Can you handle a sleep retreat?

Can you handle a sleep retreat?

You may not have heard about a sleep retreat before. This simply refers to a holiday where you just shut off from your crazy routines and catch up on a lot of sleep. Sleep debt can take a huge toll on your overall health and productivity. If you are dozing off at meetings, the dinner table or at your kid’s party, it may be time you took a sleep retreat. You may wonder, why not sleep at home? The answer is simple, being away means you are also away from your regular distractions and all you are left to do is sleep, eat, drink, sightsee and sleep some more!
8 small changes for better sleep tonight

8 small changes for better sleep tonight

How To Adjust Your Sleep Schedule For The Better

We need up to 9 hours of sleep in order to have a healthy and productive life so setting up a sleep schedule is very important to ensure we get enough rest. Below are some of the ways you can work towards adjusting your sleep schedule to get sufficient sleep.

Why Old Pillows Cause Skin Breakouts

Why Old Pillows Cause Skin Breakouts

Pillows are something we tend to get attached to and barely change. Think about how long you’ve had your current pillow for? Do you even know how long it’s been on your bed?
Restful, Healthy Sleep Habits

Restful, Healthy Sleep Habits

Develop a Bedtime Routine
It may sound obvious, but developing a bedtime routine is one of the best things you can do for getting your body into a sleep habit. Have a wind down time before bed which involves no screens or anything that might stimulate your mind.
Put An End To Back Pain

Put An End To Back Pain

A mattress plays a very important role in reducing and in some cases curing back pain.

A third of our lives is spent in sleep and as such you might be surprised what buying the right mattress can do for your back. A mattress that is of poor quality can be the cause of backaches and pains due which result in a bad night’s sleep.

How Alcohol Affects Your Sleep Cycles.

How Alcohol Affects Your Sleep Cycles.

Even though alcohol may help you doze off, even a few drinks could influence the condition of your sleep. If you have alcohol more regularly than is recommended you will discover that you’ll wake up the next morning not feeling well-rested at all.