What used to be considered a mostly harmless recreational activity (even marketed as much less harmful than cigarette smoking) is now revealed to be an addictive practice with physiological and mental effects, specifically among teens and young adults.
The holiday season in the U.S. is possibly the most taxing time on our collective mental health. We go through a range of emotions, almost daily, leading up to a one-day event that leaves most of us drained, emotionally and physically spent, regretful and overwhelmed with disappointment.
We all know hygiene is important, but what about sleep hygiene? Sleep health is just as important for our health as say, brushing our teeth. Lets look at some ways you might be able to improve your sleep hygiene so you can wake up ready to tackle the day.