Defeat Bad Sleep with Positive Thoughts

Did you know that negative thoughts can zap your sleep? If you’re dealing with insomnia or another sleep ailment, it may be because your mind isn’t inspiring great sleep. These bad thoughts can compound themselves within after a few bad nights of sleep. To start sleeping better, try utilizing positive thoughts. It could change your life! To begin, try coming …

Thrive Without Sleep: 4 Ways to Get Through the Day After a Bad Sleep

Warm bedroom, long night out with friends, late soccer game. All of these are common causes of a bad night’s rest. The question now is what to do after you’ve experienced a terrible sleep and are now awake wishing you could sleep for another 1, 2, or 6 hours. Since your life, nor anyone in it, will wait until you’re …

Top 4 Nutrition Tips to Help You Sleep

What creates a good night sleep? If we knew, we’d all do it… right? Many of us understand that exercising, avoiding screens before bed, and meditating helps us sleep well, but have you ever thought about how eating can help or hinder your rest? In this article, we’ll be looking at how food can play a big, if not the …

Break Free of the Noise: How to Decipher Mattress Selling Language

Mattress Words Lexicon - Restwell

Just like when buying a car, a dryer, a fridge, there are quite a few terms that come up that you will not understand when looking for a mattress. Things like pillow top? Adjustable bed frames? Edge guards??? Trundle Beds!?!? It’s complicated for me, and I work in the industry. Before even getting into the educational elements of this blog …

Top Athletic Performance Benefits Generated by a Sleeping on a Pure Energy

Sleep is obviously valued by all of us. We need to be able to function at a high-level in our lives to excel at our jobs, parent our children, be a good spouse, so on. For athletes however, it has a different kind of value, a value that can be the difference between winning and losing. As sleep has become …

You’re Going To Gain Weight When You’re Sleep Deprived

Weight gain doesn’t mean that your body hates you, it’s instead that you’re not treating it well enough! When you make the decision to stay awake when your body is demanding that you sleep, your metabolism and hormones take a hit. In response, your body in-turn throws your body into flux and force you to have weird cravings. Dangerous Sleep …

The Best Sleeping Positions to Help YOU Recover

Sleeping is so much more than nodding off in-front of a movie. The position you sleep in can majorly affect how your body feels and works in the morning when you wake up. Often times when you’re suffering from run of the mill aches and pains, an adjustment to your sleeping position can help you feel much better. Basically, all …

Strategies to Combat Restless Leg Syndrome

Restless leg syndrome (RLS) is an often-ignored condition that causes extreme discomfort in the legs. These sensations have been described as tingly, crawling, creeping feelings, and cause the overwhelming urge to move the affected limb. The symptoms most often occur when the person is sitting, resting, or sleeping, and they happen at night most often. BUT, before you address any …

How-to Leave your Stress at the Door of your Bedroom

Your bed is one of the most peaceful places to spend time at night, in the morning, or heck, anytime you feel you need to recharge. But, for many, it’s also a place where anxiety and stress feel amplified. For whatever reason, the sensation of lying down and relaxing can accentuate the feeling of stress and anxiety that may be …

Boost your Grades with a Better Sleep!

Amping up the amount of sleep you get is important around back-to-school time. With all of the demands that comes with going back-to-school, it’s important to prioritize sleep above many, many other things. Sleep is especially important for college students, as you can’t perform properly without recharging. Most adults think the necessary amount of sleep is around eight hours, but …