In our busy culture, sleep is one of the most overlooked activities. Here’s why sleep is so important and the consequences of lack of sleep.
If you find yourself stressed and tired from not sleeping enough, there are ways around this issue – and you’ll be able to rest more fruitfully!
With the introduction of incandescent lighting 150 years ago, humans threw a wrench into our circadian rhythm. This can lead to severe health issues.
Today, I’d like to talk about quality sleep, because not getting enough quality sleep is a stressor on the body and has a waterfall effect on the body.
Today the word “diet” carries the connotation that you’re restricting your food in some way, but Paleo nutrition doesn’t feel as though you’re dieting at all.
When you aren’t getting enough quality sleep, you are wreaking havoc on your hormones and weight which could be undermining your hard work in other areas.
Today I want to focus on the effect of poor sleep quality and quantity on chronic diseases and a few strategies you can adopt to improve your sleep habits.