Tricks for sleep


Tricks for sleep   When kids go away together or even a bunch of adults – a lot of us think about playing tricks while people sleep. Here a some fun ideas: 1. put a shower cap on their head 2. paint their toe nails 3. place a teddy with the person and take photos 4. If the bed is movable ... [ Read More ]

Pets and exercise and sleep


Pets and exercise and sleep    Pets are the biggest motivation for a healthy life. The human must take the initiative, however, it often isn’t too hard to motivate animals as they love attention. Dogs can learn at any age, and like humans, it’s just old habits that are hard to break!  ... [ Read More ]

3 Kinds of Mattresses to Consider

3 Kinds of Mattresses to Consider Choosing the right kind of mattress is important; because you want to make sure you get a good night’s sleep. Also, these items should last you for many years, so you don’t want to be stuck with an uncomfortable one. Luckily, there are a lot of different kinds of ... [ Read More ]

10 Tips for Better Sleep

10 Tips for Better Sleep Guest post - Heather Smith Some nights I just have a hard time sleeping. Sometimes I am too tired, sometimes I have too much on my mind, sometimes my allergies are acting up, and then sometimes I am just restless. I do not know about you, but when I do not get enough ... [ Read More ]

2012 London Olympic sleeping comforts


It is being called a home away from home Image Source With just 6 days to go Olympians from all over the world are settling in at their ‘home away from home’ for the 2012 London Olympics. The furnished apartments in the Athletes Village include beds that can be extended and mattresses that were ... [ Read More ]

Finding the perfect bed


The bed dilemmas Image source Most of us have beds and a lot of times we have new beds which we have sampled for 2 minutes at the shop! After talking to a friend today she said her and her husband were discussing the bed purchasing dilemma and that one couldn’t truly try before one bought! I ... [ Read More ]

Listen to the car safety messages

Listen to the car safety messages   All motorists need to wake up to the safety warnings given by the Government, friends and family about car safety. The signs of fatigue include: yawning heavy eyes blurred vision reduced concentration If you experience these signs pull ... [ Read More ]

The cycle of bereavement


Sleep and love help people heal   Simple pleasures heal complex situations. Sleep is truly a blessing when the unfortunate happens. It is a time to switch off and rest and then face another day towards getting stronger. Love is also a simple pleasure that can help people heal. The two work ... [ Read More ]

Some Simple Tips to Not Waking Up Tired

Some Simple Tips to Not Waking Up Tired By Jerald Fetch Waking up in the morning is the one thing most people probably hate. It is simple, who wants to wake up from doing the most relaxing thing you can possibly do? However, there are some tips that you can follow to make sure waking up does not ... [ Read More ]

10 things that happen at night


10 things that happen at night   While you are sleeping so many things are happening: 1. babies are born 2. people die 3. accidents 4. people are working 5. rodents and animals run wild 6. toothbrushes wait 7. people are roaming 8. people are eating 9. people are waking 10. people are crying ... [ Read More ]

The common-sense quandary??


The common sense quandary ?? To some the word 'common-sense' brings up too much ambiguity and I agree. However, there are only so many rules and guidelines that we have to assume most people's common sense is a helpful additive to such rules and guidelines. Recently on the news driving and eating ... [ Read More ]

Whatever happened to natural sleep

Whatever happened to natural sleep Guest Post In 2011, the NHS dished out a whopping 15,300,000 prescriptions for sleeping pills. The most popular drugs are Zopiclone (5.4 million pescriptions) and Temezapam (2.8 million prescriptions). The chances are that you’ve heard of them and, in many cases, ... [ Read More ]

How To Wake Up Early Without The Alarm


Become The Early Bird Who Catches The Worm - How To Wake Up Early Without The Alarm By Nelson Berry One of the hardest habits to develop is that of waking up early. In fact, if not for the alarm, this habit may be close to impossible for a lot of people. And for some, even if they have already ... [ Read More ]

REM sleep

Rapid Eye Movement REM or rapid eye movement occurs in stages 3 and 4 of our sleep cycle. This is where are deep sleep occurs. For the best response it is best our children wake us when we are in between REM cycles! The first stage is a light sleep and we wake easily during this time. Within 10 ... [ Read More ]

Bedwetting in older children

Reassure your child they will grow out of it Bedwetting in school-age children can be hard on the child and the parents.  It is important to reassure the child that bedwetting is normal and it is nothing to fear. And most importantly it will definitely stop and it is important to keep the ... [ Read More ]