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How Sleep Syncing can Improve your Health

How Sleep Syncing can Improve your Health

Listed as one of the top wellness trends of 2023, sleep syncing consists in aligning your internal body clock with your everyday routine. In other words, redesigning your routine in a way that ensures you are sleeping and waking when you should be, rather than when you can. Follow these steps to start Sleep Syncing now.

Science-backed wellness trends from the previous decade that will continue into the 2020s

Science-backed wellness trends from the previous decade that will continue into the 2020s

For a variety of reasons, how we care for our bodies, minds, and health evolves over time. While some of these changes are forgotten (thank goodness for low-fat everything and shake weights), others gain attention because there is science behind them, and we are better off for adopting them.
Here are a few wellness trends that became popular in the 2010s that experts predict will continue into the 2020s.

Sleep is the Most Essential Tool in the Wellness Toolbox

Sleep is the Most Essential Tool in the Wellness Toolbox

As someone who frequents the 5 AM shift, this is more of a personal lecture. However, it’s a lecture that I wholeheartedly believe. I may be a hypocrite, but at least I’m self-aware, right? We all know that sleep is important. Point blank. But do we emphasize just how important it is in modern-day hustle culture? No. Go-getters everywhere brag about how they can “run just fine off of 5 hours of sleep.” It’s me, I said that. I absolutely cannot run “just fine” off minimal sleep, I just tell myself that while yawning through my teeth.

Putting the Insomnia Monster to Sleep

Putting the Insomnia Monster to Sleep

Insomnia is a common sleep disorder that prevents people from going to sleep. According to the American Sleep Association, almost 70 million Americans have a sleep disorder, insomnia being the most common. Insomnia plays a role in gaining weight, increasing anxiety, and lack of coordination. It has led to drastic consequences such as having a car accident. Here, we share some tips to help improve sleep habits and fight the invisible monster, insomnia.

How to get a grip on your mental health

How to get a grip on your mental health

STEP 1: Consider what’s really bothering you. Sometimes it is hard to pinpoint the origin of your stress, but it is important to find that source of negative energy for you to be able to overcome it. When you begin to feel stressed, take a deep breath and ask yourself: “What is bothering me?”   […]

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