Rest and Restorative Sleep
Regular stretching can help you relax and prepare for sleep.
According to a new study, Americans spend more than 11 hours a day watching, reading, listening to or interacting with digital media.
It may seem obvious that sleeping is important—most of us feel awful and function badly when we don’t get much of it, and the effects of sub-par sleeping habits can be cumulative over time.
When we head to our annual visit with primary care providers, it’s often second nature to talk about our physical aches and pains. We might also check in regularly about our mood, or even about levels of stress.
The word “should” can dominate the day for many caregivers. And although our “shoulds” may include self-care, sometimes our attitudes and habits can marginalize its importance and become roadblocks.