Simple question: should you drink a glass of water before going to bed? The answer is yes. There are several benefits to drinking water before turning in- we’ve listed four key ones here for a quick guide to getting a great night’s sleep!
Drinking Water Before Bed Helps Your Body Detox
Your body needs enough water to fuel the various metabolic processes going on in your body, even while you’re sleeping. If you don’t drink enough water, then you risk hindering your body’s ability to expel metabolic waste from your body.
Nighttime is when your body carries out a whole bunch of essential jobs to keep you healthy. Drinking a little water before bed helps your …
Sleep is essential to life. Most of us sleep at night, and during that time, your body carries out vital jobs to keep you healthy, many of which can only take place while you’re sleeping.
The Science of Sleep
Scientists are constantly studying the mysteries of sleep, to uncover more of the amazing things that your body does while you’re dreaming. One scientific area of considerable interest is the importance of hydration to your sleep cycle.
Sleep to Your (Circadian) Rhythm
The relationship between sleep and hydration is key to a healthy, nourishing sleep cycle. Your slumber is determined largely by your Circadian rhythm – your sleep/wake cycle – which itself is inextricably linked to the cycle of …
Millions of men and women struggle with getting quality sleep each night. Sleep plays a critical role in how much we weigh, memory, learning, immunity, mental well-being, stress level and other vital bodily functions.
Tossing and turning all night may burn a lot of calories but in the end, drives one to crave sweets and carbs.. ultimately driving …
Dr. Lori Shemek is BACK AGAIN to discuss her top 5 tips to help beat fatigue!
Feeling rundown, old or tired? Chances are your fatigue points to your habits or routines that are promoting lack of energy.
Many people are challenged every day with low energy and unfortunately, opt for short-term artificial energy boosters such as sugar or caffeine.
You don’t have to live tired and unmotivated. With just a few simple changes, you will have the energy to meet the day’s demands. Activity and nutrition are an important part of putting more energy into your daily life.
Check out these 5 healthy changes to create more energy each day!
It used to be cool to eschew sleep. ‘I’ll sleep when I’m dead’ and ‘sleep is for losers’ were phrases that people actually once said to each other; probably while trying to emulate the rumored 4-hours-per-night sleep habits of Martha Stewart and that lazy so-and-so Tom Ford, who snoozes in his self-designed sheets for an indulgent three hours every night.
By and large, the sea of change has happened (probably while we were sleeping), and many of us now value sleep a lot more.
How We Learned to Love Sleeping
It’s no longer just that thing we do when we’re not being awake: our entire physiology depends on …
Everyone gets a bad night’s sleep now and then. But, did you know that every time you get less than seven hours of sleep, you enter a state of sleep deprivation?
The less rest you get, the more severe the effects of sleep deprivation become.
While some of the symptoms of sleep deprivation are obvious, there are other symptoms that you may not have considered. The good news is that improving your sleep environment and sleeping habits can help you get the rest you need!
What Does Sleep Deprivation Look Like?
Some signs of sleep deprivation are obvious like sleepiness, fatigue, and frequent heavy blinking, while other symptoms like appetite changes are more difficult to recognize.