As the weather heats up and with school out of session summertime is a
popular season for travel. Depending on how far you travel, jet lag may
throw your sleep and wake up schedule off. Also when traveling staying
hydrated is key to combat fatigue an...
Hello ladies! Welcome June and summertime ☀️ What are your favorite ways
to restore and recharge during the summer? For me it is getting lost in
a good book in the warm sun while sipping on a refreshing glass of iced
tea. Beautiful views are a pleasa...
40-60% of women in and around menopause have difficulties with sleep.
Watch as Dr. Val, our Sleep Guide, breaks down what perimenopause is,
the symptoms of perimenopause, the role of sex hormones and how they may
affect your sleep. If you have disrup...
We are on Day 4 of 5 Days of Play and I've been having such a great time
with you all! When the days all done, where are you resting your head?
Tonight, read on my 5 Tips for Designing Your Ideal Sleep Sanctuary
After you watch, mark it off your bing...
As a medical doctor trained in traditional western medicine I have a
reflex to define wellness as the absence of disease. Through my work as
a wellness consultant I am coming to realize that wellness is so much
MORE than the absence of disease and I ...
￼Thanks for watching. Glad you found it helpful. Changes in hormone
levels can also occur during our monthly cycles, which can lead to sleep
disruptions as well. I myself have had hot flashes (when pregnant) and
adult acne (off and on). Aside from ho...
Yes me too! I think it’s ingrained in me from childhood. And also
research shows it does promote better sleep. Interesting read I was
interviewed for on this topic: