What Is A Sleep Coach & Why Are They The Trendiest Thing In Sleep?

Sleep is serious business. It effects every aspect of your life and getting a good night sleep can make you healthier, happier, and more focused. But for the estimated 60 million Americans, sleep is elusive. It’s a catch 22- in order to fall asleep you need to relax and clear your mind but every minute that passes by while your brain refuses to quiet down builds your anxiety. For those w…

The Rise of the Flexible Schedule

We talk a lot about how important sleep is. How it increases productivity at work, aides creativity, and makes you a nicer person overall. But this knowledge is contrasted by our glorification of overwork. There’s something gratifying about that restorative morning coffee, hastily purchased and drank while still too hot. Getting up early for work is seen as non-negotiable and yet if we go…

Too Stressed To Sleep?

At the end of a stressful day, sometimes the only thing you want to do is come home to a cozy down comforter and go to sleep. But for many people, stress-induced insomnia makes that impossible. Instead of the deep, restorative sleep you need, you lie awake unable to shut your mind off. Around 1 in 3 Americans experience insomnia of some kind so how can you tell if your insomn…

5-Star Quality Sleep At Home

We’ve all experienced the phenomena before. You spend some time in a hotel and come away feeling like you’ve slept better during your stay than you ever have in your own bed. You’re rested, relaxed, more zen and you’d like to keep it going. So you take a picture of your pillow tag, you talk to the front desk about bedding, but can you really duplicate hotel sleep at home? Hotels…

Sleep Centers and the Science of Better Sleep

Sleep is just one part of a healthy lifestyle. However, it may be the most important link as studies show that you have lower risks of heart disease, an easier time maintaining a  healthy weight, and  better focus when you have good sleep habits. Luckily, there are close to 2,000 AASM accredited sleep centers around the world. The most common test performed at sleep…

The Restorative Power of Napping At Work

A mainstay of preschools everywhere, the nap is something we are expected to give up as adults, save for those taken on lazy weekend afternoons. But studies show that naps are just as beneficial to adults as they are to children. A nap between 20-30 minutes:  Helps to improve mood, boosts concentration, and can help with memory Boosts your immune system Keeps stress at ba…