It's easy to nod off to 'sleep stories.' Making them is hard. Learn how sleep stories are made -- and why some people say they help steer them toward slumber. By Brandon Griggs, CNN Read the Article at CNN
Irregular sleep has once again been shown to be related to bad moods and depression. A new study shows the more variation in wake up and sleep time, the worse mood and more chance of depression symptoms. Read About the Study Here
Research shows that having a consistent schedule, including waking up and eating at the same time every day, can be an important part of improving your mood and mental health.
While many people believe they can function well on less than seven hours of sleep, it is usually not the case. Getting lots of high-quality sleep (i.e., 7-8 hours) will build a strong foundation for your progress throughout the program. In fact, a recent study showed that people who slept less then 7 and more than [...]
With the supplement industry on the rise, many people are turning to Melatonin to help them get to sleep. But does it really work? And is it safe to use? Taking supplements is something you should make sure to discuss with your doctor to ensure it does not interact with other medications and to ensure you’re [...]
Humans sleep for almost 1/3 of their lives. Have you ever wondered why we need so much sleep? And what happens when we don’t get enough sleep? While we are sleeping our body is performing important biological functions that help maintain both our mental and physical health. Dr. Deldin, the creator of Mood Lifters, emphasizes sleep [...]
Is sleeping in on the weekend helpful or hurtful to your overall health? This is a question we often get from participants. Unfortunately for those of us that sleep in, a recent study suggests that sleeping in on the weekends does not help us to catch up on those missed hours of sleep during the week. [...]