Mindfulness meditation benefits your brain in countless ways. Let these three guided meditations boost productivity, control cravings and get better sleep.
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Is your nightly sweat sesh causing post-workout insomnia? An increase in cortisol levels and a sleep hormone imbalance might be to blame. Here’s what you can do.
Dedicating time to unwinding is a must — even for the most health-minded trainers. Steal their self-care routines so you can finally de-stress, too.
Setting a consistent sleep schedule (weekends included) has a big impact on your health — and weight. These expert tricks will help make that bedtime stick.
Counting sheep not working? Here’s why a bedtime story (and a few other nighttime rituals) are just what the doctor ordered to fight insomnia.
Your bedroom is the key to better rest and relaxation. Follow these feng shui tips to help create a peaceful environment that promotes better sleep.
Learn how your sleep habits stack up to the rest of U.S. These research-backed infographics show how much sleep each state gets, plus other sleep stats.
There’s nothing worse than traveling while sleep deprived. These expert tips from seasoned jetsetters will help you sleep better and avoid jet lag next time you’re on the road.
Lucid dreaming isn’t just a Mr. Robot plot twist. Follow this writer to see what meditation in a dream-like state of consciousness really entails.
Can’t seem to rise with the sun for a sweat session? These ingenious tricks are guaranteed to get you out of bed and moving, whatever the morning hour.
Not a morning person? Follow these early-bird tricks for a productive, happy morning, even if you woke up on the wrong side of the bed.
Have a snack attack every afternoon? Your lack of sleep may be to blame for your stoner-like munchies.
Get this: There’s science backing your cravings for chips and queso. New research shows how sleep deprivation sets up your body to snack big time.