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Mental well-being took center stage at CES 2019

This week, the Las Vegas Convention Center was packed with many of the year’s biggest new devices. But over the last several years, The Sands has become the place where the real magic happens. The segment of the show known as Eureka Park is where the startups and accelerators congregate, often times showing off products that are still years away. A quick walk around the floor (insofar as someone can walk quickly with that much humanity slowly shuffling through the halls) sheds a lot of light ...
Tags: Hardware, Sleep, Tech, Meditation, Mental Health, Fda, Las Vegas Convention Center, Eureka Park, CES 2019


When—and How—Should You 'Track' Your Newborn?

We got a question last week from a reader asking us about the best apps for tracking newborn feedings and diaper changes. To which my initial response was, “Apps? I used a yellow legal pad.” But then I remembered that was eight years ago, which might as well be 50 years as far as technology for new parents is…Read more...
Tags: Health, Parenting, Sleep, Eating, Lifehacks, Newborns


What to Buy: The Gear You Need for a New Year (and a New You)

You need resolve more than equipment to make your resolutions real, but a few special things can keep you inspired and use those gift cards you got for the holidays.
Tags: News, Sleep, New Year, Beds and Bedding, Pens and Pencils, Your-feed-wirecutter


If You Have Trouble Sleeping, These Beauty Products Might Do the Trick

Thoughts of lingering tasks on your to-do list, the unexpected aside your Hinge match may have said to you that day, the conspiracy theory surrounding cats being spies for aliens - the list of things that could be keeping you up at night is endless. If you just can't seem to shut off your brain before bed, or are always tossing and turning during the evening, we have a few beauty tools that might just do the trick. Ahead, check out a list of our favorite products that have successfully lulled u...
Tags: Sleep, Body, Beauty, Relaxation, Candle, Beauty Products


Waking Up Panicking

For a few years at random times around 3-5 a year I wake up sitting up In my bed on the edge, feeling lucid but feeling I’m trapped somewhere else and Thinking the darkness will never go away, lasting only a few seconds before I realise where I am… in these moments I have talked to my partner to help me and he has. I feel like I’m half lucid and half still asleep. You did not ask a direct question but perhaps you are wanting to know what may be wrong. You might be describing parasomnia experienc...
Tags: Sleep, Anxiety, Nightmares, Sleep Paralysis, Sleep Study


#TBT: How SLEEP's Holy Mountain Help Birth the Stoner Metal Subgenre

Spoiler Alert: Because weed, that's why. The post #TBT: How SLEEP's Holy Mountain Help Birth the Stoner Metal Subgenre appeared first on Metal Injection.
Tags: Music, Sleep, Black Sabbath, Tbt, Earache Records, Holy Mountain


The Best Products For Protecting Your Hair and Skin While You Sleep

You might not know it - and how would you, you're fast asleep by the time this happens - but your hair and skin could be experiencing some trauma while you snooze. It's not just cotton pillowcases that cause unwanted friction on your hair, but all that tossing and turning can also tug at your skin, leading to early onset wrinkles. Prevent unwanted facial lines and hair breakage with the luxurious and gentle beauty tools ahead.
Tags: Sleep, Beauty, Hair, Skin Care, Skin, Beauty Products


4 Tips to Restoring Your Body After Exercise

It is beneficial to regularly engage in any form of physical work out to stay fit and healthy. When working out, your muscles are under stress, and its tissues may be torn. If your workout involves strenuous sets such as heavy lifting or a long run, you are likely to experience muscle pain for about 24 to 48 hours. However, it is not permanent since your body can rebuild itself if you take a break between workout sessions for restoring your body. During this period your body will repair...
Tags: Health, Fashion, Sleep, Fitness, Exercise, Exercises, Workout, Working Out, Health & Fitness, Healthy Diet, Mattress, Consume Healthy Recovery Foods Working


SLEEP Announces Career-Spanning Live Album Live At Third Man Records

It's a four LP set. The post SLEEP Announces Career-Spanning Live Album Live At Third Man Records appeared first on Metal Injection.
Tags: Music, Sleep, Upcoming Releases


Muse unveils a sleep meditation headband

Muse, the maker of a meditation headband, today unveiled its latest product at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas. The sleep meditation headband, dubbed the Softband, is designed to help people to meditate as they fall asleep. The idea is to put it on before you go to bed, play a meditation and then fall asleep as normal. Thanks to Muse’s acquisition of Meditation Studio, Muse now has an app partnership with Amazon Alexa that will enable Softband owners to play a meditation via Alexa ...
Tags: TC, Hardware, Sleep, Tech, Meditation, Las Vegas, Muse, Alexa, Megan Rose Dickey, Consumer Electronics Show, Amazon Alexa, Singleton, CES 2019, Softband, Meditation Studio Muse, Muse Director of Brand Marketing Nadia Kumentas


The Coziest, Most Relaxing Candles That Will Actually Make You Say "Ahh"

Deadlines and to-do lists have a way of lingering in the back of our minds even when we don't want them to. There's a running list of ways we can decompress, but one of our favorite luxuries is striking a match to one of these calming candles. Ahead, see our picks for the most relaxing candles - to quell any sleeplessness and stress. Related: Bath and Body Works Has Brought Back Yo...
Tags: Sleep, Beauty, Relaxation, Candle, Beauty Product


The Most Relaxing Candles For When You Get Hit With The “Per My Last Email” Message

Deadlines and to-do lists have a way of lingering in the back of our minds even when we don't want them to. There's a running list of ways we can decompress, but one of our favorite luxuries is striking a match to one of these calming candles. Ahead, see our picks for the most relaxing candles - to quell any sleeplessness and stress. Related: Bath and Body Works Has Brought Back Yo...
Tags: Sleep, Beauty, Relaxation, Candle, Beauty Product


How Much Sleep Do You Really Need?

Everybody’s sleep needs are a little bit different, but most adults should be getting between 7 and 9 hours per night. Read more...
Tags: Health, Energy, Sleep, Habits, Lifehacks, Routine, Bedtime


3 Simple Ways To Improve Your Sleep

Follow these simple tips from the American Academy of Sleep Medicine. → Enjoying these psych studies? Support PsyBlog for just $4 per month (includes ad-free experience and more articles). → Explore PsyBlog's ebooks, all written by Dr Jeremy Dean: NEW: Accept Yourself: How to feel a profound sense of warmth and self-compassion The Anxiety Plan: 42 Strategies For Worry, Phobias, OCD and Panic Spark: 17 Steps That Will Boost Your Motivation For Anything Activate: How To Find Joy Again By Changing...
Tags: Psychology, Sleep, Jeremy Dean, American Academy of Sleep Medicine


UrgoNight is a wearable headband that wants to help you sleep better

Getting a good night’s sleep is a universal desire for the human race. At the Consumer Electronics Show today, UrgoNight showed off its non-invasive solution to train your brain to sleep better. It’s designed to teach your brain to sleep better using electroencephalogram (EEG) measurements and app-based brain exercises. UrgoNight requires you to wear the device for 20 minutes a day, three times a week for three months. It uses positive feedback to show you what brain processes and mental activit...
Tags: TC, Hardware, Sleep, Tech, Meditation, CES 2019, Robin Reynaud


The Genius of Insomnia

Lean in to your sleeplessness and discover its creative potential.
Tags: News, Sleep, Insomnia, Dreams, Vladimir, Nabokov


Is Snoring Dangerous? Here’s When to Worry

Winston Churchill was a notorious snorer. So, allegedly, was Queen Victoria. They have plenty of company. Roughly 1 in 3 men and 1 in 4 women snore every night or almost every night, according to statistics from the National Sleep Foundation. Why do people snore? “When we’re asleep, we tend to lose muscle tone—meaning the…
Tags: News, Sleep, Uncategorized, Winston Churchill


The Biggest Reason People Make Mistakes (S)

In this state, people are particularly vulnerable to distractions. → Enjoying these psych studies? Support PsyBlog for just $4 per month (includes ad-free experience and more articles). → Explore PsyBlog's ebooks, all written by Dr Jeremy Dean: NEW: Accept Yourself: How to feel a profound sense of warmth and self-compassion The Anxiety Plan: 42 Strategies For Worry, Phobias, OCD and Panic Spark: 17 Steps That Will Boost Your Motivation For Anything Activate: How To Find Joy Again By Changing Wh...
Tags: Psychology, Sleep, Jeremy Dean, Subscribers-only


Why Not Soothe Your Baby With the Sweet Sounds of a Honda Engine?

If you’ve ever driven a baby around town simply because parking would mean waking her, then you know the power of a car’s ability to knock a kid out.Read more...
Tags: Parenting, Sleep, Lifehacks, Honda, Toy, Soothing


The end is near: 11 Ways to Be a Better Person in 2019

In short: more sex and CBD, less spending and screen time.
Tags: News, Sleep, Better Person, Dating and Relationships


This Kind of Sleep Can Be Dangerous to Your Health

This bad habit may be increasing the risk of Alzheimers (and it’s not the amount of sleep you get) The spectrum of our intellectual and emotional states, from curiosity, learning, exploration, and innovation to joy, happiness, love, and sadness all stem from that wonderful clump of neurons no larger than our two fists pressed together; ...
Tags: Health, Science, Sleep, Brain Health, Innovation, Dementia, Alzheimer's, Brain Science


DOMAINS: The Sound of Silence

How many crazy gizmos are needed to achieve your optimum sleep environment?
Tags: News, Sleep, Noise, Snoring, Marpac Sound Machines


New Office Hours Aim for Well Rested, More Productive Workers

A growing number of businesses are encouraging their employees to work when their bodies are most awake.
Tags: Productivity, News, Sleep, Work-life balance, Labor and Jobs, Traffic Accidents and Safety, Driver Distraction and Fatigue, Working Hours, Biorhythms


9 Sleep Hacks to Elevate Your Mood and Improve Your Health

Lack of sleep is hazardous to your physical and mental health. It’s connected to a variety of health-related risks, including cardiovascular disease, depression, and car accidents. Even though adults generally need at least seven hours of sleep each night, many Americans sleep for a shorter amount of time. The reasons are varied and include certain medical conditions, a high workload, elevated levels of stress, and a lack of effective sleep habits or strategies. In many cases, using effective sl...
Tags: Health, Sleep, Lifehacks


Always tired? Your immune system may be overactive.

Chronic fatigue syndrome affects millions of people worldwide, but scientists still aren't quite sure what causes it.A new study tracked people suffering from Hepatitis C (HCV) as they underwent a treatment course.The results showed that people with overactive immune responses developed chronic fatigue months following the treatment, and that the fatigue persisted even after their immune responses returned to normal. None A new study builds upon previous research showing that an overactive immun...
Tags: Health, London, Sleep, Medical Research, Innovation, University of Oxford, King s College, Sharpe, Human body, Michael Sharpe


How to Get Sleep When You Have a New Baby 

You may be having one of two responses to that headline. One, a burst of laughter at the mere folly of trying to help parents of newborns sleep. Or, two, a desperate, fragile hope that this article will come to your rescue in a sleep-deprived, hazy, hard time. Both are understandable, but the truth is that this…Read more...
Tags: Parenting, Sleep, Lifehacks, Newborns, New Baby


Beat Insomnia: A Spiritual Guide to Healthy Sleep

“Our spiritual mission is not to ignore the darkness, but to bring light to the darkness.” – Marianne Williamson It’s 3:17 a.m. You’ve been staring at the clock since 1:42 a.m., mind racing, body tense. In five hours you’re going to have to drag yourself to work, terrified that you’re going to fall asleep at your desk—again. If you have trouble sleeping, you’re not alone. I know what it feels like to lie awake, reliving mistakes, making lists of things that might go wrong, waiting for sleep that...
Tags: Psychology, Sleep, Personal, Meditate, Insomnia, Spirituality, Relax, Publishers, Calm, Tiny Buddha, National Sleep Foundation, Marianne Williamson, Qigong, Acupressure, Sleeplessness, Kam Chuen Lam


Junk food cravings linked to lack of sleep, study suggests

Researchers say tired people are likely to view unhealthy snacks more favourablyHaving even one night without sleep leads people to view junk food more favourably, research suggests.Scientists attribute the effect to the way food rewards are processed by the brain. Previous studies have found that a lack of shuteye is linked to expanding waistlines, with some suggesting disrupted sleep might affect hormone levels, resulting in changes in how hungry or full people feel. Continue reading...
Tags: Health, Food, Science, Sleep, Obesity, Life and style, Society, World news, Health & wellbeing, Fast Food


Seattle Experiment Shows Later School Start Times Can Help Teens Get More Sleep

Here’s some refreshing good news, courtesy of a new study released last week in Science Advances. Teens in Seattle got more sleep, were less tardy, and even did better in class after schools across the area delayed their start times by about an hour.Read more...
Tags: Science, Teens, Sleep, Public Health, Schools, Seattle, Seattle Experiment Shows Later School Start Times


Let The Lie-Ins Commence

via GIPHY We all love a lie-in sometimes. No matter how rare the occasion is, nothing beats going to bed without setting the alarm. Let’s say it’s Friday night, and your kids are both at friend’s houses. Finally, you can lay down and slip into oblivion for as many hours as your exhausted body needs. […] The post Let The Lie-Ins Commence appeared first on Not So Average Mama.
Tags: Deals, Sleep, Bedroom, Decor, Did You Know