Whether you’re a nighttime shift worker or a self-proclaimed night owl, many people worry about getting enough sleep. After all, consistent good sleep is essential for long-term health and longevity. This is especially for athletes and those who regularly exercise, as sleep is crucial to recovery and optimal performance.
Thiamine is an essential B vitamin required to create energy and maintain bodily systems. Obtained through food, thiamine is essential for a healthy, functioning body. However, not everyone has enough thiamine — and it isn’t always bioavailable to the people who need it most. That’s where sulbutiamine comes in.
Have you ever blocked someone on social media so they couldn’t send you a message? GABA, an amino acid, works a lot like this feature. It prevents certain brain signals — most notably fear and stress — from reaching your brain and wreaking havoc throughout your nervous system.
Working from home sounds simple in theory — but we’re often doing so alongside spouses, children, roommates, or pets. These distractions, along with constant emails and text messages, can make remote work more challenging than anticipated.
While stress is a normal part of owning your own business, it doesn’t have to run the show. Here, mental health and stress management experts weigh in on busyness, business, and finding the balance between it all.
If there’s one chronic condition plaguing small business owners, it’s the need to feel busy all the time. In a society that views busyness as synonymous with success, many people think they need to be working constantly in order to feel worthy of owning a business.
From on-demand fitness apps to vegan-friendly fast food, staying healthy is not only convenient — it’s also cool. Wellness isn’t just booming for superficial reasons, either. More people are realizing that a sound body and mind can make you happier and more productive at work, and small businesses around the world are taking note.
Memory loss has long been accepted as a normal part of aging. But what if we could slow the progression of cognitive decline through lifestyle factors like diet and exercise?
A growing body of research suggests that what we eat and how often we move play a major role not only in mental acuity, but in slowing the progression of Alheimer’s, dementia, and other age-related brain disorders. Taking brain health into your own hands may boost your mental acuity while helping you live better for long...
Recent innovations in technology and transportation have made life easier and more efficient. We can order food at the click of a button and fly anywhere in the world, anytime we want. But these modern conveniences have also made us more sedentary — and our lifestyles are taking a toll on our physical health.
Sleeping for eight hours a night ensures optimum rest and rejuvenation — or so we’ve been told. Take a quick look into pre-industrial sleeping habits, and you’ll see that the way we sleep is relatively new. What if, instead of giving up the entire night to sleep, we got up in the middle of the night to have more time to ourselves? What if we slept less and napped more?
Scientists, sleep experts, and individuals around the world are waking up to the idea of polyphasic sleep — where sleep is se...
What do caffeine, lion’s mane mushroom, and green tea have in common?
They’re all sources of natural nootropics, or cognitive enhancers used for brain health. While new to many of us, nootropics have been used in both Chinese medicine and ayurvedic healing for thousands of years.