Even if you don’t have trouble sleeping, there are so many ways to improve this nightly experience and capitalize on every moment of rest. After all, sleep fuels you for the day ahead, and if you are low on gas due to poor rest, you are more likely to fill up on other, unhealthy fuels that poison your tank, such as candy, chips, soda, and energy drinks. Here are a few ways to maximize the quantity and quality of the hours you spend sleeping.
What is the first thing you do when you wake up? If you tend to roll over and pick up your phone, you’re not alone. However, this morning habit may be bad for your health.
Between working from home, zoom-calling friends, and catching up on your latest Netflix addiction, chances are you’ve been getting a lot of screen time lately. If you’ve looked in the mirror and noticed a few extra lines and wrinkles, it may be more than the stress of these challenging times catching up with you. Could all those hours spent staring at devices be affecting your skin health?