Level Up Your Sleep Game With Aromatherapy

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When looking to level up your sleep game, consider adding aromatherapy to your evening routine. While you could look into Ayurvedic medicine and consider perhaps having your “doshas” or your essential energies and have them balanced, I find the simplest way is to trust your intuition. Sample essential oils and discover a scent you find soothing.

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Sleep & Sports: Football’s Secret Sports Science, The Power of Sleep

Football’s Secret Sports Science: The Power of Sleep

Sleep could be the next frontier of sport science, with Europe’s top-flight teams turning to experts to recharge their multimillion-pound assets and gain a competitive advantage on the field. As reported by Mark Bailey of the teams such as Manchester United, Chelsea and Real Madrid are recruiting “sleep coaches” to help their players snooze better.

Longer Sleep Associated with Lower BMI, Smaller Waist: Study

Longer sleep associated with lower BMI, smaller waist: Study

Longer sleep periods are associated with a lower body mass index and positive metabolic health markers, according to a study published Tuesday, with the researchers highlighting the role of sleep in the battle against obesity. Looking at over 1,600 participants, researchers from the University of Leeds in the U.K.

A Sleep Scientist Reveals 7 Personal Secrets to Getting a Good Night’s Rest

A sleep scientist reveals his 7 personal secrets to getting a good night’s rest

Sleep may seem like an arbitrary activity, but without it, we’d die. That doesn’t mean it’s easy to get an adequate and consistent amount of sleep every night, though. For expert tips on sleeping better, Business Insider turned to Patrick Fuller, an associate professor of neurology at Harvard Medical School who studies sleep.

Could Insufficient Sleep Be Adding to Your Waistline?

Could insufficient sleep be adding centimeters to your waistline?

Adults in the UK who have poor sleep patterns are more likely to be overweight and obese and have poorer metabolic health, according to a new study. The findings showed that people who were sleeping an average of six hours a night had a waist measurement that was 3 cm greater than individuals who were getting nine hours of sleep a night.