I was very pleased to speak recently with Aaron Arkin of Evolution Sleep. Aaron shared some very important information about how the way we spend our time during the day can affect our sleep at night.
It is intuitive that a good night's sleep is important to our well-being during the day. However, how to get a good night's sleep is not always so clear. Many of us are unknowingly sabotaging our ability to fall asleep, and stay asleep, throughout the night with our common daily activities. Here, Aaron shares 3 helpful tips to ensure your daytime behaviour is preparing you for a good night's sleep.
Turning off our phones and getting regular exercise are habits that we can all aim to incorporate into our lives. Avoiding sitting, on the other hand, can be difficult, especially if we're working in a role that requires us to be at a desk for many hours a day. There are options, however, and many creative ways to stay productive, even while taking a break from sitting. Not only is it good for your health, it is also good for your sleep.
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The holiday season is upon us once again! But with all of the excitement surrounding this time of year, what are some things that you can do to make sure your health is still a top priority?
While Christmastime is wonderful and filled with so many fun activities, the hustle and bustle can often make your schedule quite busy. This makes it that much more difficult to choose activities that are still healthy. But who says that festive activities can’t still be good for you too? Check out five holiday activities that are health focused!
It’s the time you’ve been waiting for all morning at work: the long-awaited lunch break. The moment that you can sit back, enjoy your meal and relax with a much-deserved break from work.
While you may be tempted to stay seated at your desk, there are many ways that you can spend your lunch break that are more healthy and active. Who says your lunch break has to be sedentary too? Check out five healthy ways to use your break at work.