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Too Stressed to Sleep? How Stress Affects Sleep & How to Manage it

Are you stressed? Of course you are. Your job, your family, social media, the traffic-choked daily commute, health concerns and your financial situation can all be sources of daily stress, and that is just to name a few. However, just because stress is part of your daily life does not mean that you must let it take over your daily life. Dealing with too much stress can seriously impact your daily habits, well-being and functions – and especially your sleep. April is National Stress Awareness Month and we want [...]

By | April 17th, 2018|blog|0 Comments

Tax Season: Sleep Tips for the Accountant’s Busiest Time of the Year

During the busiest part of their year, tax accountants live by the saying “I’ll sleep when tax season is over.” While it may seem like a quip, for most of these tax professionals, it’s true. They are counting down the minutes until midnight on April 17, 2018, and not getting very much sound sleep in between. While accountants are focusing on meeting deadlines and the needs of their clients, they are often neglecting their own. Late hours, early mornings and short breaks don’t just affect your sleep. These bad [...]

By | April 6th, 2018|blog|0 Comments

First Quarter Check-Up: Sticking to Your Sleep Resolutions

January was a blur, February seemed like it lasted two days, and did we just skip March this year? It is hard to believe we are already more than three months into the New Year, and while we would all like to say we are sticking to our sleep resolutions, that just isn’t the case for most of us. Vowing to sleep more, sticking to a bedtime and establishing a pre-sleep routine are all great ideas, but if we aren’t doing these things continuously, we are doing more harm [...]

By | April 4th, 2018|blog|0 Comments

How Older Adults Can Get More Sleep

How Older Adults Can Get More Sleep It’s no secret that as we get older, we experience a lot of physical changes. While the saying goes that we “only get better with age,” the same isn’t true for our sleep. According to the Cleveland Clinic, more than 50% of adults age 65 and older suffer from at least one sleep issue.  Struggling to get the sleep you need nightly is a common problem as we age, but it is perfectly normal and a few small changes may help with [...]

By | March 27th, 2018|blog|0 Comments

7 Reasons Sleep Should be Your Biggest Priority

7 Reasons Sleep Should be Your Biggest PriorityYour Content Goes Here We all looovvvve sleep yet most of us just aren’t getting enough. Sleep is so important but we still tend to prioritize other aspects of our lives instead of getting a solid seven hours of shut-eye. According to the National Sleep Foundation, American adults are more concerned about fitness, work and hobbies rather than their sleep. And sadly, we are sleeping even less than previous generations, and the quality of our sleep has decreased. The CDC found that 1 in 3 [...]

By | March 23rd, 2018|blog|0 Comments

Daylight Saving Time: Prepare Now for Better Sleep!

We all love the long summer nights, but daylight-saving time … not so much. Springing forward an hour on March 11th can take a toll on your personal health – especially when it comes to sleep. Losing just one hour of sleep can leave us feeling groggy and can take up to a week for our bodies to properly adjust. Our internal clocks, known as our circadian rhythm, is based on your wake and sleep patterns. Outside factors, like light, medications, activities, pre-bed rituals and daylight saving, can also [...]

By | March 9th, 2018|blog|0 Comments