A Good Night's Sleep
Do you realize that by starting each day with a good night’s sleep, you could effectively reduce stress and improve the quality of your life?
According to Dr Lawrence Epstein, President of the American Academy of Sleep Medicine, sleeping is as important to health and wellbeing as diet and exercise. Dr Neil Stanley, a sleep expert at Surrey University says that “Sleep is crucial for good physical and mental health.”
A new mattress
If you’re not getting the sleep you so need and deserve, you might want to think about investing in a new mattress. According to a new survey by the Better Sleep Council in the US, a new mattress was overwhelmingly voted the best investment to improve overall health and happiness.
In his study on sleep position and personality, Professor Chris Idzikowski, director of the Sleep Assessment and Advisory Service at the Edinburgh Sleep Centre in Scotland also examined the effect of various sleeping positions on health.
Did you know that the position in which you sleep may provide an important clue about the kind of person you are?
We all know that sleep is crucial for good physical and mental health. But is sleep the secret to staying slim? Research over the last few years has shown that a good night’s sleep may not just leave you feeling refreshed – it may also help to keep you trim. Too little sleep may in fact increase your chance of becoming obese.
Did you know that around 20 per cent of the population snores at night? Snoring is thought to affect 4 out of 10 men and up to 3 out of 10 women. And millions of people suffer sleep-disturbed nights as a result.
Jet lag is a combination of fatigue and other symptoms caused by traveling abruptly across different time zones. Jet-lag symptoms include fatigue, disorientation and an inability to sleep.
According to the National Asthma Council of Australia the most common allergic triggers of asthma are house dust mite, pets, pollen and moulds.
Even though complete allergen avoidance will not cure asthma, reduced exposure to your allergen triggers may lead to improved control of your asthma and reduce your need for medication. Learn More: Allergies and Dust Mites