Does this sound familiar? You’re slow to get out of bed, feeling unmotivated at work and missing deadlines, not doing your healthy routines, unfocused, getting irritable with colleagues and the kids. These are not uncommon symptoms of a growing condition of work burnout or chronic work stress. Out of 1500 surveyed... Read more
You probably think you’ve already tried every remedy there is, but we think there are still some surprising ways to enjoy better sleep that you haven’t heard of yet.
In a pre-pandemic world, the CDC found that around 35% of American adults are getting less than 7 hours of sleep on a regular basis. That same mid-pandemic statistic has risen to 40% of American adults being sleep deprived regularly, according to a recent study.
You don’t have to spend another day feeling groggy and dragging through your responsibilities. Whether you struggle with falling asleep or staying asleep, we’ve compiled a list of 5 things you can do to improve your sleep quality today.
1. Do breathwork to wind down
Before bed, focus on your breath and slow your breathing to let your body know it’s time to relax.
If you suffer from insomnia, chances are you’ve already tried every recommendation and product that’s crossed your path in search of a good night’s rest. While not being able to sleep is frustrating enough, the seemingly never-ending list of failed remedies can be maddening and disheartening to boot.
Despite past difficulties, it’s important to remain open-minded toward trying new ways to fall asleep faster and stay asleep longer. The potential health risks of remaining unsuccessfully treated are too great.