Parents, we get you; naptime is rest time—and we’re not just talking about for your little one. It offers both a chance for baby to recharge as well as a blissful, quiet period during your day. Win-win! But when your little sprout has trouble getting to sleep, it can be more than frustrating. Are you doing something wrong? Trust us—you’re probably not. Every parent has been there, and some days are harder than others. The important thing is that you have the resources you need! Here are some simple tips and tricks you can use to ensure your baby’s best naptime. Read More
If you just finished a three course meal and find yourself rummaging through the fridge for more to eat, it could signify something more serious than just a desire to snack. It isn’t always a cause for concern, but in today’s blog, we’ll share the things you should be looking out for and what to do to curb those cravings. Read More
For 29 years, the Associated Professional Sleep Societies have been gathering annually at the SLEEP scientific conference to study, discuss and reveal all the latest research on sleep and sleep medicine. At this year's fascinating event this past June, one of the focuses was children's sleep and quite a bit of new research was presented. Read More
Lots of people love to pop in scary flicks and shriek their way through haunted houses—but you’d be hard-pressed to find someone who loves nightmares. Waking up startled and afraid is just not fun. Often nightmares can mimic reality, but some are so awful and out-of-this-world that it’s hard to believe you could even dream them up! Fear not, we have the scoop on why we get spooked during sleep and how to decrease nightmares. Read More
Sleep is such a natural part of life you may have never wondered why you need it! Researchers, scientists and doctors have been studying why humans sleep for decades and while there are many theories, there’s no single answer as to why we do it. We’re beginning to know more about what’s happening in the body during sleep, and it’s well known and accepted as being critical to health and well-being. Read More
Toss…Turn…Roll…Shift…Ache…Then wake up.
This is what more than 50 percent of us experience nightly, according the National Sleep Foundation, only to wake in the morning unable to function at peak capacity throughout the day. Chemical stresses to the nervous system—like caffeine and certain medications—often prevent restful sleep. Daily emotional and mental stresses can also be powerful enough to keep a person awake at night. Read More
The New Year is the perfect time to commit to a healthier way of life. Whether you're just getting started, or are returning to a wellness-based lifestyle, Chiro One wants to help boost your motivation and chances for success with our top thirteen wellness tips for 2013. It's time to make health and wellness a priority for you and yours, and we're here to support you at every stage of your wellness journey. Read More