by Theresa Sirois, Social Media Coordinator Winter weight gain is a real thing. Whether it's the change in weather, the comfort food, or the lack of being able to get out and exercise… many of us pack on a few extra pounds between Thanksgiving and New Year's. It can be bad for our egos, and even worse for our sleep! …
Similar to having too much alcohol, or other mind-altering substances, lack of sleep effects the nervous system and delays reaction time and rational thinking.
Early morning, late night, or no work out at all? You might be surprised…
YOU can help make the products you buy every day safer. Mind the Store…
Sadly, it’s almost that time of year again: back-to-school.
Did you know we are the only mammals that willingly delay sleep?
If a calm, soothing oasis is what you’re after, then incorporating Feng Shui principles in your bedroom may be just what you need.
4 easy steps to start your day off right.
Historically, there has been only one straightforward and universal certification for mattresses in the United States, which includes standards for flame retardancy. Beyond this, some manufacturers will self-certify to other “natural” standards, or purchase various certifications that were never intended for mattress materials.
This is an enormous step forward for local farmers and other organics manufacturers.
Adding yoga to your nightly ritual can be a great way to produce and maintain good sleep habits.
Your mattress have an organic certification? It still may not be natural…
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