When it comes to implementing a successful bedtime routine with children, that thought can easily send shivers down any parent’s spine. In many cases, getting kids to drift off to a joyful and restful slumber at the start of the school year can seem like an intense battle, but what if it doesn’t have to… Read More
5 Tips for PTSD & Mental Wellness Following a Car Accident
When people hear the term PTSD or post-traumatic stress disorder, a shell-shocked Army veteran may come to mind. Or, one might envision soldiers returning from Vietnam or the Persian Gulf who are no longer able to function as well in society as they once could. These are stereotypes, however, that take a narrow-approached view of… Read More
The Safe Slumber Sweepstakes!
Are you among the 50 to 70 million Americans who suffer from sleep disorders or have something called sleep debt; the cumulative effect of not getting enough sleep? Or, perhaps you are one of the 30 percent of adults who experience symptoms of insomnia as reported by the American Academy of Sleep Medicine. Either way,… Read More
How to Harness the Power of Sleep and Reduce Stress
By guest blogger, Karoline Gore In 2018, Americans were voted as one of the most stressed people in the world, according to findings of a Gallup Poll. Around 55 percent of Americans cited feeling stressed for most of the day, with anxiety and worry being common among another 45 percent of the population – mainly… Read More
Electric Fields, Melatonin and a Deep Night’s Sleep: What’s the Connection?
Guest blogger, Oram Miller, BBEI, of Create Healthy Homes explains how EMF’s effect our sleep in Part 3 of this series. When was the last time you tossed and turned in the middle of the night for no good reason, unable to fall back asleep? Do you have all the latest gadgets plugged in by… Read More