Oh those endless summer nights. Carefree and schedule-free, students can stay up late and sleep in without a school routine. The alarm clocks have now started ringing, buzzing, and in the case of parental alarms – calling out.
Blog posts tagged “sleep:”
The start of the school year is just around the corner! Follow these tips to help ensure a smooth, healthy transition to your new school schedule.
Getting enough sleep – and enough quality sleep – is an important part of your overall health. We all know that being tired can dramatically impact our mood, our judgment and our reaction time. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, insufficient sleep is associated with diabetes, cardiovascular disease, obesity, and depression.
Question: Which of these is a better remedy for snoring? An antihistamine or side sleeping?
After three months of having sleepovers with friends, going to summer camp, staying up late and spending countless hours at the beach, it may be difficult to get back into school mode. But September is here and school’s back in session!
The National Sleep Foundation says these sleep hygiene tips will improve your quality of sleep:
True or False? The older we get, the less sleep we need.