Sleep and Insomnia Blog Posts

Physical Activity can Improve Sleep and Mental Health

Exercise and staying active can help you achieve better sleep and better mental health.

11 Ways to Indulge Your Spine

Your spine is an intricate, important part of your body. Ensure you are doing everything you can to maintain or improve its health with these 11 ideas to help you indulge your spine.

Chronic Back Pain Relief: What You May Not Know

Chronic back pain affects most aspects of people's lives, but there are positive steps they can take to try to improve living with chronic pain.

Move More, Sleep Better and Longer

Research presented at the 22nd Annual Meeting of the Associated Professional Sleep Societies (APSS) shows that “an acute session of moderate aerobic exercise” can improve the amount and quality of sleep for people with insomnia (without resorting to pharmaceutical sleep-aids).

11 Unconventional Sleep Tips: How to Get to Sleep and Stay Asleep

Your cure for insomnia may not be listed in the most common sleep tips. Try these 11 unconventional ideas to get to sleep and stay asleep.

Top 12 Tips for Buying a New Mattress

Buying a new mattress can be a daunting task because we spend so much time sleeping, and mattresses are a major purchase. These top 12 tips will help make the process easier.

Snacks, Supplements, and Scents to Help You Sleep

If you are one of the many people who have trouble getting to sleep or staying asleep, try some of these easy tips to help promote better sleep.

7 Sleeping Tips for Patients with Chronic Pain

Studies show a correlation between chronic pain and difficulty sleeping. Sometimes these suggestions can make a big difference.

The Role of Chronic Pain in Insomnia

A new study indicates that frequently interrupted sleep can make one more susceptible to pain by altering the body's natural systems that regulate and control pain and can even lead to spontaneous painful symptoms.

Take Control of Your Back Pain

Why not fulfill that New Year’s resolution and take an even more proactive role in managing your back pain this year?