Introverts are more sensitive to sleep disruptions, so my tips on how to fall asleep are geared towards specific personality types. People with introverted personalities have different sleep patterns than extroverts. Did you know your personality significantly affects your ability to sleep soundly all night? I didn’t, until I started searching for tips on how to fall asleep. Introverts have […]
Many people use incense in prayer, worship, and healing. Burning good incense can have surprisingly powerful benefits for your mind and spirit! Heres how different types of incense – frankincense, white sage, myrrh – can reduce stress and calm anxiety. An important thing to remember is that burning low-quality incense can be harmful to your health. Poor quality incense is […]
These are the best gift ideas for people who suffer from insomnia (insomniacs) or who have trouble falling asleep. People who can’t sleep struggle with health issues, compromised immune systems, and grumpy moods. Giving the gift of better sleep will help insomniacs think more clearly and feel much happier!
During my last flare up, I spent hours researching natural remedies for ulcerative colitis symptoms. Here’s what I found: the 10 best ways to naturally ease the pain of colitis, plus links to helpful resources, books, and products. I was diagnosed with ulcerative colitis a month before my long-planned trip to Jerusalem, Israel to meet my dad for the first […]
Here are a few tips on how to stop teeth grinding at night, so you can sleep without hurting your jaw. Also included are the causes and side effects of bruxism – plus three different types of mouth guards for teeth grinding – so you have lots to chew on. Pardon the pun. Bruxism or teeth grinding occurs when you clench your back teeth […]
The irony about hospitals is that you’re supposed to heal, but it’s hard to sleep! These tips for sleeping in a hospital are for patients who want to heal fast and furious. Plus, here’s a brief summary of research showing how sleep disruption affects a patient’s healing process. First, the bad news: research from Brigham and Women’s Hospital shows that there are […]