Sleep deprivation is something everyone has experienced. We spend a third of our lives snoozing, or we should. Occasionally, we procrastinate or misjudge how long something is going to take, turning what should be a chance for the various functions of your body to reset and undergo maintenance into a productivity marathon.
Turkey’s high tryptophan content is responsible for your post-holiday-dinner slump.
Turkey isn’t any more sleep-inducing than cheddar cheese or a handful of almonds.
It’s Monday morning. About 15 minutes into my 9AM evolution class, I’m starting to nod off. C’mon, wake up, I tell myself. I look down at my notes and they’re […]
The rate of insomnia in the U.S. is climbing, and with it, so too are a host of health problems blamed on inadequate sleep. Getting our eight or more hours […]