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Category: Insomnia

Ah, winter in Canada—snowstorms, freezing temperatures and ice! The perfect excuse for staying bundled up and warm indoors, sub a blanket of snow with a weighted blanket. Not only will a weighted blanket help you sleep better, but it’ll take your winter comfort level up a notch. And if you’ve already graced your bed with…

Tea is a staple beverage in millions of Canadian households, and for good reason: Whether to stimulate or to soothe, tea is an all-around health-boosting drink. Herbal teas, specifically, have been used for centuries to aid in relaxation, sleep, and fatigue reduction. Plus, they’re a healthier alternative to caffeinated beverages if you’re trying to cut…

Summer is officially over, and the fall weather is in full swing! That means there shouldn’t be any more disagreements with your partner about which setting the fan or air conditioner should be on, right? Maybe not. If you’re like many couples, you sleep better at different temperatures—in all seasons. So, even if your fan…

If you’re anything like us, you find a certain coziness and comfort under the weight of a heavy blanket. There’s just something so satisfying about feeling tucked in, bundled, and embraced as you drift off to sleep. When the colder months come around, we heap all of the blankets on our beds and bask in…

Young and restless? Middle-aged and sleepless? It’s more common than you think. In North America alone, it’s estimated that upwards of 70 million adults suffer from at least one sleep disorder—that’s a real problem your health can’t afford to ignore. When you’re not getting the rest you need (and deserve), sleeplessness can take its toll….

If you don’t adequately adjust your sleep schedule, you may find yourself exhausted when you need to be awake, but insomnia stricken when you need to be asleep! Here are some simple steps you can take to help your body adjust to the night shift.

Here’s the thing: Sleep isn’t as simple as being awake or being asleep. There are actually multiple phases of sleep that we cycle through every night—if we’re sleeping well. When we’re not sleeping well, these cycles are disrupted and we feel it the next day (think fatigue, headaches, all the things). So, what are you…