6 Weird Ways to Eliminate Stress Immediately

Healthinista and nutritionist Charlotte Web shares the following unexpected but effective ways to relax when you feel at the breaking point.

7 Signs You May Be Deficient in Magnesium

Magnesium deficiency is very common. Here are seven signs to watch out for.

Two Eye-Opening Reasons Why You Aren’t Getting Enough Sleep

When it comes to research on why we’re not sleeping, November was a busy month. Two separate studies came out. And both of them clearly identified specific activities that may be keeping you from getting a good night’s sleep. In the first study, researchers measured Smartphone screen time among more than 23,000 people. Over...

Negative Thoughts about Insomnia and Pain can Wreck Your Sleep

Getting to sleep at night can be difficult if you suffer from back pain, arthritis or other painful symptoms. And if you don’t sleep well, your pain levels may worsen the next day.   While this connection makes a great deal of sense, it may not be the only factor in play. In fact,...

This One Thing Will Help You Sleep Better

Research shows insomnia is a formidable foe of good health, but a recent study revealed one simple thing people can do to help vanquish this enemy.

Drink This Juice to Extend Your Nightly Sleep by 90 Minutes

Studies show that drinking tart cherry juice two times a day can give you up to 90 more minutes of sleep at night.

Trouble Sleeping? Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Could Soon Replace Dangerous Sleeping Pills

A new report recommends using Cognitive Behavioral Therapy as the first line treatment of insomnia, instead of prescribing medications with troublesome side effects.

Banana Cinnamon Tea: The Latest Sleeping Pill Alternative?

According to Dr. Oz, “bananas are a sleeping pill in a peel.” Next time you can’t sleep, drink a cup of soothing banana cinnamon tea.

6 Hidden Health Benefits of Tart Cherry Juice

Research continues to reveal the many health benefits of tart cherry juice.

Lack of Sleep May Promote Development of Alzheimer’s Disease

Chronic sleep disturbance, either through their work, insomnia or other reasons, could cause earlier onset of dementia and Alzheimer's disease.