Studies show that it takes just three nights of high-quality sleep to recover from deprivation.
When school starts again, bedtimes must also start again.
In today’s fast-paced world, where everything feels like a race against the clock, one can’t help but wonder how to slow down time.
No, not just minor adjustments, but breaking the patterns that have been ingrained in your daily life for years.
Living in a modern world undoubtedly takes a toll on our mental health.
The pandemic caused many people to feel the passing of time differently.
Sleep has a vital role in having a healthy body and it is recommended to make our sleep a top priority.
The morning routine is a process of habit formation which produces better mental health and sleep patterns.
What is most interesting about the connection between depression and sleep is that the relationship is two-way.
I had gone through most of my adult life repeatedly hitting the snooze button without much thought as to how this shapes me as a person.