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Chronic back pain isn’t likely to disappear overnight, but if you can find a mattress that can help you sleep, your recovery might become a little easier. #backpain #backpainrelief #soreback #bestbedforbackpain

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Suffering from sleep apnea can affect a variety of aspects of life – when you are both asleep and awake. Some male sufferers can find they have erectile dysfunction from the condition, having a damaging effect on their sex life, mental health, and confidence.

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Just how important is proper sleep hygiene for losing weight? Science now says it's more important than you were led to believe!

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Don't ignore snoring and sleep apnea!

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Sleep is good for your brain! Researchers believe that at least 8 hours a night is just as important as diet and exercise in preventing Alzheimers and other forms of dementia.
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The mineral Magnesium is a natural sleep aid. It is essential to all cells, has some 300 enzymes, and helps relax your muscles and calm nerves! Food sources of magnesium include nuts, cereals, low-fat vanilla yogurt, and vegetables such as garbanzo beans, lima beans, and spinach. If taken before bedtime, it can help you get a better night's sleep!
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We know tryptophan helps us sleep, but this amino acid doesn't just come from turkey meat. Dairy has it too, so try cheese or milk before bed!
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If you need an excuse to take more baths, here it is: Warm water relaxes you before bedtime, and the cooler air against your body when you get out of the tub is similar to your body temp during sleep. Relaxed and ready for sleep!
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If you'd like to have better sleep, choose a color for the walls that's soothing, not stimulating. Blues and greens are calm colors, while reds and oranges can keep you awake!
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