Author: G. Lewis



When you are ready to nap, get comfy, and take six really deep, slow, breaths. If you can, breathe in from the nose, and out through the mouth. Nice, slow, easy. This triggers the relaxation response which is the process of deescalating the stress response and inducing relaxation ….


Some Sleep Myths And Facts

Myth: Men and women are affected the same way by insomnia. Fact: Insomnia is nearly twice as common in women than in men, and women are more likely than men to report insomnia to their healthcare professional. A woman’s sleep is uniquely influenced by menstrual cycle,…


How to Prevent Jet Lag

Every day, millions of travelers struggle against one of the most common sleep disorders — jet lag. For years, jet lag was considered merely a state of mind. Now, studies have shown that the condition actually results from an imbalance in our body’s natural “biological…


Sleep Problems and Caffeine

Sleep problems cannot be cured by drinking cup after cup after cup of black coffee.  Coffee, a common morning stimulant, is OK to consume when it’s done in moderation.  However, over consumption of caffeine rich items, such as coffee, can lead to some annoying side…