Enjoy better sleep, naturally

Don’t let stress and anxiety ruin your nights – try these expert tips from Rescue to wake up feeling naturally refreshed Image: iStock If your mind has been racing recently, and you’re finding it harder to sleep well, you’re not alone. As we navigate the …

Is Magnesium or Melatonin Better for Sleep?

It seems that now more than ever, people are having a hard time achieving satisfying sleep at night. Maybe you’re someone who has occasional insomnia. Maybe you inexplicably wake up several times a night, or awaken in the morning feeling anything but rested. Whatever the …

How The ‘Lost Art’ Of Breathing Can Impact Sleep And Resilience

Breathing slowly and deeply through the nose is associated with a relaxation response, says James Nestor, author of Breath. As the diaphragm lowers, you’re allowing more air into your lungs and your body switches to a more relaxed state. Sebastian Laulitzki/ Science Photo Library hide …

9 ways to improve stress, anxiety and sleep

Our lives today seem to hurtle forward sometimes like a runaway train – with your coat stuck in the door and your bag accidentally left on the track. Things go wrong. Curve balls are hurled at us unexpectedly. Other human beings make life difficult for …

Improving Sleep, Focus, Balance, and Recovery With Natural Herbal Products

Today’s natural wellness industry is overcrowded and highly competitive; however, just like any other industry, there are a few successful outliers worth recognizing. MINERAL is one of those outliers, and today we’re going to find out why. MINERAL is a natural wellness company that has …

Get great skin while you sleep

Image: iStock You’ll be familiar with the golden rule of removing make-up before bed to prevent it clogging pores, but it’s also important to think about what you put back on your skin before sleep. Using a night cream is a step in the right …

Medical News Today: Sleep deprivation ‘triples the number of lapses in attention’

A new study adds to the evidence that sleep deprivation has a significant effect on our day-to-day functioning. The authors warn that if we have slept poorly overnight, we are twice as likely to commit errors, some of which may well be very costly. Share …