sleep

In this edition of Faith Walking, Erica Campbell talks about sleep.

There is absolutely no way around this – losing weight is hard work. Impossible, no. Hard. Yes. Thankfully, there are a number of things you can do to ensure that all that hard work actually pays off. 1. Monitor Everything. Write down your daily calories. Pay attention to how many times you work out each […]

You really are trying to be healthy…you go to the gym, you drink water, you even eat healthier. So why do you still feel so exhausted? Here are some surprisingly healthy things that may be taking away more of your energy than you realize. You’re Getting To Bed Earlier…But You’re Not Doing The Right Things […]

“The hour we gain when DST ends has a similar effect on our bodies as the jet lag you’d experience flying from Houston to Colorado, which is one hour earlier,” says Dr. Kristyna M. Hartse, director of the Sleep Center at Spring Branch Medical Center in Houston. While a one-hour time change seems far from […]

Sometimes, the morning light can seem piercing to your eyes and on that particular morning, it may be extremely hard to get up to start your day. The blanket might feel like a second skin and the urge to go back to sleep might be strong, but when there are important tasks to be accomplished, […]

A good night’s rest is always a good thing. If you’re like me, getting 8 or more hours of uninterrupted sleep makes you feel like a million bucks.

Do you ever wonder how people manage to get 8 hours of sleep? Are you envious of people who look bright-eyed and bushy-tailed each morning? Well, getting a good night’s rest probably plays a major part of that.

(Health.com) — Permission granted: You can officially stop feeling guilty about those little “bad-for-you” habits you can’t seem to break. Turns out, many of life’s greatest indulgences bring big health benefits — helping you stay slim, fight off the blues, and kick disease to the curb. And we’ve got the 10 best right here, conveniently […]

  (from Sleep Journal) People who get less than six hours sleep per night have an increased risk of dying prematurely, researchers said. Those who slumbered for less than that amount of time were 12 percent more likely to die early, though researchers also found a link between sleeping more than nine hours and premature […]