Every cell in your body has its own internal clock, regulated by a master clock in your brain. This clock directs the timing of your sleeping and eating patterns, your metabolism and energy, your brain function, immune function, and more to shift through cycles of daytime activity and nighttime recovery.
If you persistently have trouble sleeping, it’s important to identify the root cause. Sleep loss is a pretty common problem, and the reasons for it are mostly common, too. Here are 5 of the most likely reasons you're not sleeping well, and how you can get your sleep back on track.
As a recent study
1 found, many people do not get enough sleep. Currently, there are claims that the average Briton runs on just six hours of sleep a night.
Lack of sleep often varies, yet the reasons are often linked to underlying psychological issues
2. However, a new study 3 is claiming it may be down [...]
We all have an internal clock that tells us when it's time to wake up or go to sleep. But we don't always listen to it, and sometimes our unhealthy habits can throw off our natural rhythm. When we aren't getting good sleep, our physical and mental health suffers. Here are just a few of the benefits we get from good sleep.
I'm sure you've been told about the importance of eating a balanced diet, regularly exercising, and sleeping. The problem is, we all live busy lives and we can't always follow a strict diet and exercise program.
That is where supplements come in. Providing yourself with some natural vitamins and supplements can help to give you the [...]
Are you struggling with creeping weight gain, despite your best efforts? Your diet and exercise habits may not be the only factors at play. Research shows that if you are chronically stressed and suffer from sleep issues, your body is more likely to pack on extra pounds.