ISSUE 4 - Tips for improving sleep quality 💤Rest easier this year
Are you having trouble getting a good night's rest? If so, you may want to consider adding some sleep-promoting foods to your diet. Cherries, walnuts, and maca are all tasty options that have been shown to have potential benefits for sleep.
Three articles that all say the same thing about how to sleep better
There's no secret to sleep. Regardless of what you read or where you search, there are a few tips that all remain the same when it comes to getting a good night's rest.
Some research has suggested that hot water bathing can help to reduce muscle tension, lower blood pressure, and improve circulation. It has also been linked to improved sleep, as the heat of the water can help to relax the body and promote a sense of calm.
In addition to these physical benefits, hot water bathing is also known to have psychological benefits. The act of immersing the body in hot water can be relaxing and meditative, and can help to promote a sense of well-being.
So, why not try taking a hot bath and see if it has any positive effects on your own health and happiness?
"Patients with chronic medical disorders often have fewer hours of sleep and less restorative sleep compared to healthy individuals, and this poor sleep may worsen the subjective symptoms of the disorder." James M. Parish
"Sleep plays a very important role in managing chronic diseases. Sleep repairs our damaged cells and gives us the energy we need to live a healthier life." Julie Moberg
1/3 of Americans are not getting enough sleep
All the statistics show, that it's time to go to bed.
1/3 of Americans are not getting enough sleep, perpetuating chronic illnesses and costing them financially.
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