Healthy Living Tips for Improving Your Sleep
Our Health & Lifestyle portal is designed to showcase the best options for making an immediate positive impact on the quality of your sleep.
We look at all aspects of your life, from dietary habits - how certain foods and drinks can influence your sleep cycles - to supplements (e.g. melatonin vs magnesium), to exercise, meditation and small lifestyle changes that go a long way.
We also tackle common problems such as sleep apnea and snoring. What causes sleep disorders? What can you do to overcome them? Get started below.
We grind our teeth often in our day to day lives. Whether out of frustration or as an expression of anger, our jaws clench and bite down. For some people,…
Optimise Your Diet for Better Sleep
What we eat and drink has a profound effect on all areas of our health, including the quality of our sleep.
If you are suffering from sleep problems, one of the first areas to troubleshoot is diet. Are you eating the right foods to promote sleep? Or... substances known for their tendency to keep us awake (e.g. coffee?)?
Our Diet section explores the good and bad, with a number of simple recommendations that could improve the quality of your sleep.
Latest Diet Hacks
Explore Supplements Used For Sleep
Supplements can work wonders in tandem with a healthy diet.
Popular options include everything from the natural hormone melatonin, to the calming amino acid L-Theanine, to Magnesium, and various other herbal remedies.
Our Supplement section explores the best of these options, along with the latest studies and research in to promising new sleep aids.
Latest Supplement Hacks
Suffer From Snoring?
Roughly 40% of adult men, and 24% of adult women, are habitual snorers. Unfortunately there are major health problems associated to snoring, including - in some cases - dangerous sleep apnea.
The good news is that companies are investing millions of dollars in to new technologies that can reduce or even prevent snoring.
Our Snoring section brings you the latest anti-snoring devices, as well as information on what causes the condition, and what steps you can take to reverse it.
A CPAP machine can be a huge asset for people with sleep apnea, as it helps your airway stay open so you receive enough oxygen while sleeping. However, the maintenance…