It isn’t necessary that only insomnia and sleep disorders can keep you awake all night. Sometimes you can’t sleep even if you are feeling sleepy. One of the main reasons is that your body is not comfortable. Backache, neck pain, knee pain can also give you painful and sleepless nights.
Our second sleep influencer is Let’s Sleep Better. You can check their Instagram profile here. Let’s Sleep Better is helping people by pointing out their problem zones and curing them. They have come up with this amazing Orthopaedic Knee Pillow, which helps people to sleep pain-free. The pillow is helpful for side sleepers and those who are suffering from lower back and hip pain. It also helps in joint spine alignment and it can also work as pregnancy support.
Sleep and mental health are intertwined with each other. Depression, bipolar disorder and anxiety disorders among many other problems sprouting from other mental issues can result in insomnia. Therefore, in order to sleep healthy, you’ve got to keep your mind healthy.
Our first sleep influencer is Lily Silverton. Lily is a mindset coach, wellbeing teacher, speaker, and journalist. She is also the host of “Priorities” podcast. Lily has over 20 years of meditation and yoga experience. Most importantly, she is helping people every day to live happily and transform their lives through meditation and yoga. Well, that’s an amazing job! Isn’t it?
As a kid, you have a never-ending appetite for stories before going to sleep. You completely forget that your mum and dad are normal humans who have a hard time wracking their brains to make up stories.
This article is for those parents who’ve run out of their creative juice and have no excuses left to make up for it. It’s for those parents who are dead tired from work but still make the effort to spend meaningful time with their child before going to bed. As a tribute to them, instead of long never-ending stories, here are a few haiku that will make your time with the kids more enjoyable!
Have you ever laid awake in the middle of the night? Trying your best to usher in sleep but failing. You just lie in bed thinking about why you can’t succeed at a seemingly simple task. A feat that most people achieve without having to exert themselves at all. Yet, here you are, struggling to shut your mind down.
If you do find yourself in such a situation, don’t fret. Studies indicate that at least 1 in 3 people have mild insomnia and have trouble sleeping. So at least you’re not alone!
It’s bedtime. You put the lights out. Your head hits the pillow, and you go into the state of slumber. And then it starts, you start experiencing fascinating, bizarre, and even terrifying scenarios. Yes, I am talking about dreaming!
We often muse about what dreams are, why they occur, and what do they mean. And we are not alone – scientists, psychologists, and philosophers have long been trying to understand everything about dreams. But there is still so much about dreams that we don’t know.
Have you ever wondered what attracts you to a song? Is it the music, the lyrics, or a combination of both?
I have found that the words of a song pull me towards it the most. Perhaps because songs are a great insight into the minds of their writers. By paying attention to its lyrics, I can relate to the message that an artist aims to convey through their song. Most songwriters write about things that matter to them the most. These include love, friendship, heartbreak. But have you noticed another very common theme in songs? It’s sleep!