According to Pew Research, about 1/3rd of adults will take a nap on a typical day. When done correctly, a nap can help someone feel refreshed and ready to take on the day again. However, most are all too familiar with the feeling of waking up from a “short rest” confused on what day it is and feeling the effects of sleep inertia. This feeling is described as the decline in mood and energy after waking up from a nap or full sleep. To help avoid this, we have compiled the best tips on how to maximize your nap experience to guarantee it does the job right!
Nothing puts a damper on a good night’s sleep like snoring. Similarly, nothing can irritate your sleeping partner more than being woken up in the middle of the night by the freight train sound of your snoring shaking the bed. Unfortunately for men, they are more likely to snore than women, especially if they are overweight. Keep reading because we have a quick and easy solution for all of you snorers.
It is important to have healthy sleep habits in order to get the best night of sleep possible. Activities you partake in during the day and right before bed may be the reason you’re not getting the best sleep at night.
If you are having difficulties falling asleep at night, this blog post will give you some new ways to fall asleep naturally and have a better night of sleep.