People may not associate what they’re eating with the psychological state they find themselves in, but the two are very much interconnected. We know that our brain works around the clock, even when we sleep! Therefore, it needs a huge amount of energy — which can only come from the foods we eat— to work efficiently. Obviously, diet is crucial to staying heathy, and it’s important to eat nutrient-rich foods that will give you sufficient energy to function. Ultimately, our moods depend on what food we eat. Continue reading How Does Your Diet Affect Your Mental Health?
There are many different types of edibles that can help you sleep. Some people find that eating a small snack before bed helps them fall asleep more quickly, while others prefer to drink a warm beverage before bed. But are all of them effective? Let’s find out. Continue reading Sleep Gummies: What You Should Know
I love to Nap, and March 14th is National Napping Day, providing your body an opportunity to adjust after setting the clocks ahead one hour over the weekend for Daylight Saving Time (my most-hated thing), when we lose an hour of precious sleep due to springing forward. Barf. Anyway, mid-afternoon naps are an integral part of most cultures, and scientifically proven to be good for you – so here’s to justifying a few hours of well deserved nappage! Take a nap right now!
Eating and sleeping are right up there at the top of my list of Gail’s All Time Favorite Things To Do. So, if I can catch 40 winks in a bed-thing that looks like a piece of food, win-win! Sadly, one must be child sized to fit into this awesome sleeping bag shaped like a slice of pizza. The vegetable pillows are detachable, so you can cuddle with a broccoli floweret or a slice of rip olive, if that suits you. Designed, hand made and sold by B Fiber and Craft Emporium. Check out their other food-themed relaxation accessory items at This Link!