Spending hours tossing and turning in bed is a clear indication that you will be cranky and tired the next day. However, the long-term effects of sleep deprivation are more harmful than just making you feel grumpy. Not getting the recommended six to eight hours of sleep every night reduces your mental abilities and increases your risk […]
For people struggling with sleep, melatonin is a good first step. This post looks at which brands are worth trying, along with what makes them stand out.
There are many common reasons for taking vitamin D but sleep isn’t typically one of them. Yet, research is beginning to show that vitamin D supplements may be a way to improve sleep duration and quality.
For people trying to lose weight, maintaining muscle mass is critical. You may be unknowingly sabotaging your efforts by simply not getting enough sleep.
There are countless different techniques, strategies and products out there to help with sleep, one of which is magnesium. This post takes a look at the implications of magnesium for sleep and whether you need to be supplementing it.