There are many industries around the world that require around-the-clock staffing. However, if you are on the night shift of one of these jobs, it can take a severe toll on your well-being. From insomnia to heart disease, disturbing your rhythms can cause long-term issues for you. Here are a few ways that it can impact your health.
Q: I’m a night owl, but during the week I have to get up early for my morning commute to work. What can I do to become a morning person? Good sleep is hard to come by. According to the federal government, more than one-third of adults routinely fail to get a healthy amount of … Read more
Settle in, pop some pop-corn, and snuggle up for a fun movie night with these all time favorite classics. Here are 14 of the best classic family movies for movie night: We have, for 6 or 7 years, been doing weekly movie nights. It’s one of the hallmarks of our week, and every child and … Read more
When your baby is awake a lot at night, you can become exhausted. Getting your baby to sleep at night is one of the most important things you can do as a new parent. This blog post will teach you how to get your newborn to sleep at night so your entire family can get … Read more
By Krishna Sharma April 5, 2022 Many so-called night people feel that, when it comes to society’s expectations about when the workday should start, they drew the short straw. Research shows that “night owls” are hard-wired to sleep later, yet 9-to-5 work schedules force them to battle their physiology and wake up early. Research also … Read more
Congratulations on the arrival of your precious little one. The new-born days are a magical time, but it can also be overwhelming as you learn how to care for a tiny human. While there is a lot to learn about your new addition, there are really just two things that matter in the first 12 … Read more
By Krishna Sharma, Kaiser Health News Many so-called night owls feel that, when it comes to society’s expectations about when the workday should start, they drew the short straw. Research shows that “night owls” are hard-wired to sleep later, yet 9-to-5 work schedules force them to battle their physiology and wake up early. Research also … Read more