Addiction Recovery Boosted by Quality Sleep – By Jackie

Addiction Recovery Boosted by Quality Sleep Adequate sleep is of great importance to our overall health and wellbeing. Unfortunately, nearly a third of Americans are affected by sleep-related problems according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. While there are numerous lifestyle changes such as those involving diet and exercise that need to be made in order to facilitate recovery effectively, one of the most important is often overlooked: sleep. By simply getting more quality sleep, you can give your recovery a tremendous boost, helping you kick your addiction to the curb for good. The connection between sleep and substance abuse Sleep and substance abuse often have a very complicated relationship. Individuals living with addiction have a five times higher chance to also experience ensuing sleeping disorders according to research conducted at the Department of Psychiatry at the University of Florida College of Medicine. Many addicts turn to sleep aids to help… Continue reading

I’ll Sleep When I’m Dead…..Right? – By Tsgoyna Tanzman

Here’s something easy I bet you won’t do. Not that I’m being negative, but invariably when we hear something’s easy, despite wanting something easy, we dismiss it as being too easy and then we don’t do it. Seriously how often have you said, “I wish there was an easy way to lose weight, find a lover, or have a fat bank account. ” Well, this post isn’t about any of those things, but I know how you can dramatically, Yep, I said it dramatically improve your health and brain by doing one simple thing. One simple thing. It’s so simple you’ll likely want to hit delete as soon as you read it. But I challenge you… Read on GET MORE SLEEP Margaret Thatcher had a different take, “Sleep is for sissies.” she liked to say. I was smug about being bullet proof on 5.5 hours of sleep saying, “I’ll sleep… Continue reading