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Not Getting Enough Sleep? Try Drinking More Water

Not Getting Enough Sleep? Try Drinking More Water

As a recent study 1 found, many people do not get enough sleep. Currently, there are claims that the average Briton runs on just six hours of sleep a night. Lack of sleep often varies, yet the reasons are often linked to underlying psychological issues 2. However, a new study 3 is claiming it may be down to a simple cause of not drinking enough water throughout the day prior. The research was conducted by academics w … Read More

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The Science-Backed Benefits of a Good Night's Sleep

The Science-Backed Benefits of a Good Night's Sleep

Many of us come home tired at the end of a long day and have one thing on our mind- hitting the sack. Getting a good night’s sleep feels fantastic, and it is something we should strive to do on a daily basis. Of course, we all realize that it is easier to say we are going to get a good night’s sleep than to actually get one. There are so many distractions in today's life, from stress over work, eating dinner late, binge watching Netf … Read More
3 Vitamins and Supplements that Improve Your Energy

3 Vitamins and Supplements that Improve Your Energy

I'm sure you've been told about the importance of eating a balanced diet, regularly exercising, and sleeping. The problem is, we all live busy lives and we can't always follow a strict diet and exercise program. That is where supplements come in. Providing yourself with some natural vitamins and supplements can help to give you the energy you desire. Here are 3 to get you started: 1. Ashwagandha: Many of us look to the an … Read More
Getting More Sleep Might Be The Key to Better Nutrition

Getting More Sleep Might Be The Key to Better Nutrition

There’s nothing worse than trying to function ‘normally’ after having a terrible night of sleep. Not only do you feel ‘off’, but you feel almost sick. Not sleeping for at least seven hours a night may negatively affect cognitive functioning1, lead to weight gain, throw off our hormones, and contribute to poor nutrition2. Research presented at the American Society for Nutrition annual meeting found that people who got fewer tha … Read More