This week is UK Mental Health Awareness Week, and we’re right in the middle of Mental Health Month in the US – so we figured now is the perfect time for us to explore the link between sleep and our mental wellbeing.
Yoga isn’t just about learning how to stand on your head and tying yourself in ever-more-intricate knots. Yoga can actually an amazing tool to help you get a better night’s sleep – and the good news is, you don’t have to be super-bendy to enjoy all the benefits of a bedtime yoga practice. Here are some really basic poses you can try out before bedtime to help send you off to sleep.
There’s nothing quite like pulling back the covers of a perfectly made bed, knowing you’re about to slip between the sheets and get a great night’s sleep. And the good news is, you don’t have to be a fully-trained chambermaid to get that flawless, hotel-standard look. Here’s how you can achieve hotel-worthy sheets in less than five minutes.
Sleeping is good for you; that’s one thing we can all agree on. But what about napping? It’s still sleep, after all, even if it’s done during the daytime. There are those who swear by their afternoon catnap, and those who avoid napping at all costs. Who’s in the right?