2breathe Blog – 4.9.19 (4.7.19)
Eating and drinking—for better sleep means more than just avoiding caffeine and heavy, heartburn-inducing foods at night. Certain foods and beverages could actually help you fall asleep faster and sleep more soundly. Here are some things to put on your grocery list for more restful nights.
Read more: Foods & Beverages That Help You Sleep
2breathe Blog – 4.3.19 (4.1.19)
I am the type of individual who needs to be in bed early. 10:00 PM would be great, but I work until 12:00 every day. But as soon as I am finished I am off to bed and up early. My wife, on the other hand, is up until about 0430 and sleep till about 11:00, sometimes 12:00. I thought maybe there was something wrong with us, but it turns out we are not alone
Read more: When Couples’ Sleep Patterns Diverge
Sleep Number Blog – 3.18.19 (3.15.19)
Are you always working, going to social and family events and taking care of everyone else but yourself? Someday you’ll take care of yourself. But what if someday was now. Right now. It can be, if you embrace the JOMO.
Read more: 10 Hacks For Living Your Best Life NOW
Fitbit Blog – 3.14.19 (3.12.19)
A lot has been written about the importance of getting a good night’s sleep, so what can an athlete possibly add? Plenty. Like most athletes, I measure and monitor my vitals closely to help optimize performance. Sleep is no exception. By using my Fitbit to quantify sleep metrics, I’ve been able to try new techniques to improve the quality of my slumber. Here’s what I’ve learned.
Read more: 3 Pro Tricks for a Good Night’s Sleep
2breathe Blog – 3.13.19 (3.11.19)
We’ve all laid in bed with our minds racing about the past or the future – what could I have done differently, I wish I had said this or that, what kind of questions are they going to ask me tomorrow?
I believe this is a natural part of life; sometimes you’re going to be running on fumes, sleep deprived because we can’t shut off. But with over nine million American’s reaching for sleeping pills when it’s time to get shuteye, it’s well beyond the occasional sleepless night.
Read more: Five Amazing Food And Drink Hacks To Get More Sleep
Withings Blog – 3.12.19 (3.11.19)
With an estimated 22 million Americans suffering from sleep apnea, you’re certainly not alone if you suffer from the condition. And the effects can be substantial, placing you at greater risk of certain health problems and having a big impact on your quality of life. Get the lowdown on sleep apnea symptoms, causes, and treatment options.
Read more: Sleep Apnea: Causes, Symptoms, Prevention