Although you love coffee, you might be disillusioned by your inability to fall asleep at night or that shakiness you get when you drink too much (or not enough) coffee. Try these alternatives to boost your energy without the side effects.
One of the most prominent fears when it comes to aging is memory loss. In fact, a recent national poll reveals that a lot of Americans in their 50s and early 60s are increasingly afraid of dwindling brain health, particularly if they have relatives who have suffered from dementia. However, it’s very much possible to retain the […]
People all over the world are starting to consider implementing a 4-day work week to allow employees more time to rest, hang out with friends and family, and catch up on household chores. But how does it measure up to the classic 5-day work week in terms of productivity?
Changing your sleep position (if you’re not already sleeping in the ideal position) can have a great impact on your overall sleep quality and physical health. While it may be uncomfortable at first, the long-term benefits far outweigh the short-term costs.
While you may not be able to avoid jet lag completely, you can certainly take steps to relieve its symptoms. Here are some tips for you to get over jet lag quickly so you can make the most of your travel adventure.
According to research, you’re slower to complete tasks when you’re multitasking than when you’re focusing on them one at a time. Here are some ways for you to stop multitasking–and increase your productivity exponentially.
Is there anything you can do to prevent yourself from waking up at night? See if you can determine the main reason you’re not able to stay asleep the whole night. Then, try out some of these tips to help you sleep through the night.
If you struggle with anxiety, depression, or any number of mental health issues, you probably know what it’s like to lie awake at night. Try these things that have a powerful impact on both sleep troubles and mental health problems.