PINK NOISE: FOR SLEEP AND MEMORY

July 28, 2017 Admin 0

It is a known fact that sleep is important, but how does certain types of sound effect our brain health later on in life? Recently, researches believe that “pink noise” may help with less memory loss as you get older. Here are the facts: White Noise vs. Pink Noise White […]

Napping: The Unlikely Cause of Heart Failure

May 14, 2016 purposelywell 0

According to research from St. George’s University in the United Kingdom, heart failure may be correlated with the amount of sleep one has throughout the day [1]. The study, which followed 3723 men between the ages of sixty and ninety for nine years, found that sleeping in excess of an […]

Can’t Fall Asleep Fast?

January 17, 2016 purposelywell 0

It is not unusual for people to spend between 15 and 30 minutes trying to fall asleep most days. There are insomniacs who spend more than 30 minutes. With this training anyone can learn fall asleep in less than 30 seconds and in some cases they fall asleep instantly. Yogic breathing […]

Co-sleeping With Baby? Safe Or Not?

November 22, 2015 purposelywell 0

Many countries around the world encourage co-sleeping and breastfeeding. Why is the AAP out of step? It turns out that co-sleeping improves breastfeeding, more rest for mom, and happier babies. The only cautions are don’t do it if you a smoker or if you are drinking alcohol. Alcohol stupor prevents […]

Preventing Leg Cramps With Magnesium

October 13, 2015 purposelywell 0

Leg cramps in kids and in adults are quite different. This is specifically for adults. I’ll post for leg cramps in kids another day. The most common cause of leg cramps is simple dehydration. You need to drink warm water before you go to bed with a 1/4 tsp of […]

Is SIDS Preventable?

October 4, 2015 purposelywell 0

SIDS is one of the most devastating events that can happen to new parents. Conventional advice from the medical system says we don’t know why and there is nothing to be done. But what if that isn’t the whole story? What if some doctors have another approach that works? Why […]

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