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7 Tips for Better Energy and Sleep

Energy and sleep, the two things we can never seen to get enough of (except for maybe our children)! Here are four easy-to-use energy boosters to recharge your body, followed by three simple tips to get a deep, restful night’s sleep. ENERGY

1. Stop drinking Coffee! Replace it with White Tea - Coffee gives you that energy rush, but too many cups gives you the burnt out feeling (I think we have all been there). Because white tea goes through even less processing than black or green tea, it contains the highest levels of the amino

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Posted by cborgers on June 10, 2012 | Categories: Energy, Sleep

Scottish Oatmeal - Health Magician

After such a popular response from our shortened article from Dr. Oz's website about Foods for Deep Sleep, we decided we should tell you more about Scottish Oatmeal. What's the background, full benefits, and how do you prepare it? Let's find out!

Scottish Oatmeal is a pulverized oat that makes a creamy cereal. Oatmeal has a long history in Scotland because oats are better suited than wheat for the country's short growing season. Over time it became a staple grain in the country. Traditionally, Scottish

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Posted by cborgers on June 10, 2012 | Categories: Diet and Nutrition, Dr. Oz Recommendations, Sleep

Foods for Deep Sleep

Sleep Problems

Sleep problems, ranging from trouble falling asleep, to full-blown insomnia is a problem for roughly 30% of the U.S. population. Ten percent of population has insomnia. Many people take prescription sleeping pills, however it still remains to be seen how effective there are and what the major side effects will be over time. One study done by the British Medical Journal has shown a 300% increase in death in people who took fewer than 18 sleeping pills a year.

Beyond foods, there are some nighttime rituals you can do to help yourself fall to sleep

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Posted by cborgers on June 10, 2012 | Categories: Diet and Nutrition, Dr. Oz Recommendations, Sleep

Sleep More, Stay Slim

A new study published in Journal shows that sleeping more each night can dampen the effects of weight-gaining genes. The study was conducted at the University of Washington, in Seattle and looked at the weight and sleeping habits of 1,088 pairs of twins in the University of Washington Twin Registry. The research team found that those who got less sleep — less than 7 hours a night — were not only heavier, but also had less control over their weight than those who got more than 9 hours of shuteye.

The team found that for those who slept less than 7

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Posted by cborgers on June 08, 2012 | Categories: Sleep, Weight Loss

Healthy Midnight Snacks

 

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Posted by cborgers on June 08, 2012 | Categories: Healthy Recipes, Sleep, Superfoods

What’s Keeping You Up at Night?

Are you the person who always wakes up at 3 a.m. and can't go back to sleep?  Maybe you are the person who waits "patiently" for over an hour just to get that beauty rest.  Whenever you can't fall back to sleep is trivial, however, what is keeping you up at night is not.  Here are 5 major reasons why you may be having trouble sleeping.

1. Mental Illness and Stress - Insomnia is a cause and symptom of anxiety and depression.  Stress can kick off neurotransmitters that can keep you thinking late

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Posted by cborgers on June 08, 2012 | Categories: Mental Health, Sleep

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