If negative thoughts and overwhelming fears are robbing you of rest, then read on to learn Sonima's psychologist's heartfelt advice on how to reclaim the night with peace of mind.
Ready to go deeper? This next guided session from Sonima’s 12-Week Sleep Better Series will help you make the most of your bedtime hours so that you wake up feeling completely refreshed.
Trouble sleeping? Listen to this 10-minute guided meditation—part one of Sonima's 12-Week Sleep Better Series—to get your mind and body ready for a peaceful night's rest.
As part of our Just Sit Series, holistic health expert Lisa Hedley shares Ayurvedic advice on how to catch quality shuteye if you find yourself staring at the ceiling far too often.
If you toss and turn at night, it's time to consider how some of your daytime activities play a role in degrading sleep quality.
Even when our eyes our closed, our neurological pathways are active and the body is working hard to reset and refresh.
Big fitness goals make you want to work extra hard. However, if you find yourself struggling to get quality sleep at night, you may be overtraining.
Eating late at night isn’t always a bad idea. Follow these guidelines to ensure your before-bed bite doesn’t get in the way of a restful night.
High-intensity training may get all the hype, but taking your workout down a notch (or 10!) may help you de-stress, sleep better, gain energy, and improve health.
One woman investigates the cause of her personal energy crisis and stumbles across a hidden health epidemic that is affecting more people than you think.
Eating clean is usually referenced in terms of improving physical well-being and maintaining a healthier weight, but a diet rich in whole foods also offers bedtime benefits.
Can’t seem to consistently get a good night’s rest? New research shows that a regular fitness routine may be your best ally in the quest for high-quality shut-eye.