If you're struggling to get the sleep you need, you are not alone! One in three adults don’t get enough sleep on a regular basis. Getting enough quality sleep for 7 to 8 hours a night is crucial for your mental and physical health. This is true whether you’re in your twenties or your eighties. The benefits of a full night’s sleep include being sick less often, maintaining a healthy weight, reducing stress, improving your mood, and thinking more clearly. Improving your deep sleep can also reduce the risk of heart disease and diabetes. So how can we sleep better?
Topics: Being Well
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D’ya know how your heart soars when you unexpectedly see someone you love? When you laugh heartily with old friends? When you kiss your sweet child goodnight?
Have you tried Golden Milk? This warm, flavorful beverage has kept baristas and health food bars hopping over the past few years. Calista D., New Chapter employee, makes Golden Milk at home after a long day at work—especially during the colder months of winter.
For many of us, mental, physical, and even emotional health choices are held together by our spiritual self-care. We recognize that our responses to the ever-changing, ever-challenging world depends on connecting regularly to what matters.
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What will you remember most about 2018? When it comes to supporting your own well-being and vitality, here are 5 favorite trends from the past year.