Staying Put at Home: Sleep Aid

The importance of a good night’s sleep cannot be overstated. Not only will you feel rejuvenated the next day, but a full night of sleep has been shown to improve the immune system, decrease stress and bolster memory and recall. We know that, some days, it can be difficult to drift off to sleep. That’s why we have come up with a few tips to help you get the rest you deserve.


Solutions to Common Sleeping Problems

November 12, 2014

A good night’s rest. Along with a nutritious diet and regular exercise, plentiful sleep is essential to your health. However, many seniors fail to get the seven to nine hours of rest that the National Institute on Aging recommends. Regardless of age, though, you can enjoy the sleep you deserve. To get better rest, you need to first figure out why you can’t fall or stay asleep. Read More


Why Sleeping Disorders Develop

July 8, 2014

A lack of sleep can do far more than make a person feel lethargic and irritable. The Mayo Clinic states that insomnia can contribute to heart, weight and metabolic concerns as well. Yet as frustrating as it is to lay awake each night, an accurate diagnosis and appropriate treatment can successfully manage many sleeping disorders. However, integral to treating a sleeping disorder is first identifying the primary problem. So if you can’t sleep, consider these common insomnia causes. Read More