The end of daylight savings times results in shorter days. Shorter day lengths are associated with seasonal changes in mood known as SAD (seasonal affective disorder). For many of us, we feel the subtle effects of shorter days such as … Read More
The popular press profiled a time proven four step way to fall asleep in 2 minutes. What are the four steps? Relax the muscles in your face, jaw, tongue and even the muscles around your eyes. Drop your shoulders as … Read More
A 2013 study suggests that during the End of Daylight Savings Time, people tend to get up earlier and lose time sleeping overall. If it takes you 20-30 minutes to fall asleep, this is expected but still frustrating. And if you wake … Read More
Keep your same bedtime. The average adult needs 7-9 hours of quality sleep. Sorry…most of us are average and that’s OK. Consistency matters!
Go to bed 20-30 minutes later a beginning tonight through Sunday night. Your body need some time to adjust.
Sleep Tip #135: Don’t overstuff yourself before bed.
Sleep Tip #217: Keep a sleep health journal.
We are driven by our biological clocks. Timing matters. Sleep Tip #355: Timing matters.
Sleep Tip #365: Sleep with your chin pointed upward to open your air passages
The evidence is clear. Swing shifts wreak havoc on your work life, health and social life. Sleep Tip #290: Avoid swing shifts.
A one-hour increase in average weekly sleep increases wages by 1.5% in the short run and by 4.9% in the long run. Sleep Tip #360: Sleep more to earn more.
If you suffer from chronic sleep deprivation (less than 6 hours a night), then you are likely to make more risky decisions including financial decisions. Why take the chance on risky money decisions, when you can reduce the risk by … Read More
The stock market is bouncing all over the place. Professionals call this market volatility. The ups and downs of the market should not keep you up at night. Vanguard, the investment house, recommends the following tips to sleep better. Diversity: … Read More
Money worries are all too common. If you’re in debt and it’s bothering you, then reduce your worry by developing a plan to pay off your debt…a realistic plan. Sleep Tip #357: Build a plan to pay off your debt … Read More
https://youtu.be/Yn1gjO9yw6I We are driven by our biological clock. Respect your biological clock. Sleep Tip #355: Timing matters.
It is not a good idea to search about not being able to fall asleep with your smartphone for two reasons: The light will keep you awake You will probably increase your frustration level What should I do? Keep the … Read More
Before going to sleep, use power words. Power words are positive focused “can do” language which instill in you the belief that you can and deserve to sleep well. Sleep Tip #354: Use power words to sleep better.
Internal biological time is the most reliable predictor of peak performance time according to one research study. Sleep Tip #353: Know your prime biological time.
Sleep Tip #352: World Cup Soccer Players Fight Jet Lag with Technology.
Cutting edge research finds that a 30 minute lunchtime nap boosted the performance of athletes by: Increasing alterness Decreasing sleepiness Improving learning Could you benefit from these three in your performance? Sleep Tip #349:Strategic napping boosts performance among elite … Read More
Researchers found that when basketball players obtained as much extra sleep as possible following 2 weeks of normal sleep habits that there performance improved in these ways: Faster spring times Increased free-throw accuracy . Sleep Tip #348: Sleep extension and napping … Read More
Keep the end goal in mind. Start viewing sleep as a performance enhancer, and treat it like an investment to help you reach your goals.
Sleep Tip #347: Keep the end goal in mind. Start viewing sleep as a performance enhancer, and treat it like an investment to help you reach your goals.
Tom Brady: Well it’s got to be a priority. I think sleep is so important because I break my body down so much with my sport. Source: https://www.fatiguescience.com/blog/sleephabitsoftombrady/ Sleep Tip #350: Super bowl stars put sleep #1. Do you?
Sleep Tip #346: Add lavender to your hot towel or pillow
Sleep Tip #345: Relax by putting a hot towel on your face for a few
When you get hit with a cold or allergy, you often get congested. It is difficult to fall asleep if you are stuffed up. Sleep Tip #344: Try using nasal strips if you are stuffed up.
Source: https://kuranda.com/blog/pick-right-size-bed-for-your-dog Sleep Tip #343: Need to move around in bed….get a larger bed.
How would you rearrange this bedroom to make it more conducive for sleep? Sleep Tip #342: Rearrange your bedroom.
Most of try to avoid boredom. Boredom can be your sleep friend. Sleep Tip #341: Put on a long boring movie before going to sleep.
Too many of us treat insomnia like a character flaw or a bad habit. Chronic insomnia is a disease. Physicians, psychologists and other healthcare professionals diagnose and treat chronic insomnia like other chronic diseases. If you or your partner suffers … Read More
Insomnia is not simply insomnia. There are four types of insomnia: Primary: Caused by an inability to sleep and sleep well for no other cause. Secondary: Caused by another factor such as back pain. Acute: Experiencing insomnia for a … Read More
Insomnia rarely just pops out of the blue. There are cases where a cause is not known. The good news is that there are common causes of insomnia. Answer each of the questions below to see if any of these … Read More
It is not unusual for individuals who are at risk of insomnia or suffer from insomnia to develop self defeating thoughts such as the ones below: Unrealistic expectations: I should be able to sleep well every night like a normal person. … Read More
Many folks suffer from insomnia. Insomnia can be short lived (acute) or long lived (chronic). You can only really diagnose whether you have insomnia by seeking a professional guidance from a primary care physician or behavioral sleep medicine specialist. Difficulty … Read More
Do you wake up with creases on your face after sleeping? One great way to prevent or minimize creasing is to find the right posture. Source: https://www.marieclaire.com/beauty/news/a12871/beauty-while-you-sleep/ Sleep Tip #338: Find the right sleep posture to boost beauty sleep.
Sleep Tip #337: Use a silk pillow case to prevent creasing while sleeping.
Sleep Tip #332: Wash your face before bed for better skin and sleep. At night, while sleeping, your mind and body are in the repair and rejuvenation model. Kick start the repair and rejuvenation of your skin washing your face … Read More
Use a humidifier in the bedroom to get your beauty sleep Beautiful and healthy skin is moist, fresh and buoyant. Hydrate your skin while you sleep by using a humidifier. For the best hydration results, turn on the humidifier after you … Read More
Alarm clocks can in all shapes and size with different bells and whistles. Below are some of the more common features. Customizable alarms: An alarm clock, by definition, allows users to program alarms based on their individual needs. Basic designs allow … Read More
When we try too much, we often can’t achieve what we wish. What’s the alternative? Fool yourself by stop trying. Research has found that works for many people. Sleep Tip #326: Try not to fall asleep.
Insomnia is associated with poorer psychological health and mood, reduced mental resilience, and increased levels of stress, anxiety and depression. Sleep Tip #325: Don’t underestimate the power of sleep.
Aetna, the health insurer, is in the business of health and sleep. Aetna employees are encouraged to enhance their total health including their sleep health. What about your company? Sleep Tip #323: Benchmark Aetna as a sleep best practice … Read More
8 weeks of mindfulness meditation training improved the quality of sleep, overall quality of life, level of attention and reduced vasomotor symptoms in postmenopausal women with insomnia. : Check out mindfulness meditation to boost your sleep quality and life.
Sleep Tip #319: Biofeedback promotes relaxation and sleepiness. You can buy biofeedback equipment or you can see a trained biofeedback therapist.
Sleep Tip #318: Give heartfulness meditation a try to sleep better and a lot MORE!
There are many ways to relax from meditation to stretching. Sleep Tip #317: Stretching works to facilitate sleep.
Sleep Tip #312: Drown out the noise with a white noise machine.
Telehealth delivery of group cognitive behavior therapy for insomnia is clinically equivalent to face to face therapy. Sleep Tip #316: Try tele-health to strengthen your sleep habits.
Researchers now know that a history of abuse disturbs sleep. Why? The bedroom is seen as unsafe. Sleep Tip #315: Get help for abuse to sleep safer and sounder.
Did you know that pre-awake light (PAL) exposure is significantly associated with sleep disturbances independent of melatonin levels and light exposure after bedtime? PAL begins 2 hours before you wake up. Sleep Tip #314: Reduce your exposure to light before … Read More
Did you know that daytime noise had sustained effects on night time sleep quality.? Sleep Tip #313: Try to decrease your exposure to noise during the day and night.
Emotional reactivity was strongly associated with sleep reactivity. In fact, sleep reactivity partially explained the association of emotional reactivity with insomnia severity. Sleep Tip #312: Take it easy to promote better sleep. Try to let stuff roll off your back.
Hyperarousal is associated with insomnia. Sleep Tip # 311: De-arouse (e.g. relaxation) to counteract hyperarousal.
Sleep Tip #302: Relax by curling your toes for a few seconds…then releasing.
Sleep Tip # 296: To prepare to rest, try slow rhythmic breathing. Rest eases the ability to sleep soundly.
Sleep Tip #301: Try waking up to more peaceful and happy music…not an alarm!
Sleep Tip #300: If you have small children, read to them until they fall asleep. You will find that it will be easier for you to fall asleep.
Sleep Tip #299: Kick start your day by waking up early in the morning.
Sleep Tip #298: Kiss your significant other good night. Never go to be angry or stressed or strained.
Sleep Tip #297: Consider buying a massage chair. Some individuals can’t simply do nothing to relax, they need to do something. A massage chair may do the trick to ease muscle tension and promote relaxation.
Do you wake up discovering your are coverless? Do you prep before going to be to make sure your covers don’t get snatched. Stop struggling over covers. Sleep Tip #295: If your partner is a cover hog, bring a second blanket … Read More
Once you get that feeling that you’re about to be sick with a bad cold or flu, then get to bed as soon as possible. Sleeping more boosts your immune system. Sleep Tip # 294: Schedule more sleep if you feel … Read More
Sleep Tip #293: Stop discussing or mentally reviewing your work once you leave the office
Sleep Tip #292: De-stress by making a list of things you’re thankful for
Sleep Tip #291: De-stress by taking quality time for you
Sleep Tip #290: Get creative and express yourself during the day…to calm yourself during the night.
Don’t get yourself fired or lose any income that you don’t need but for most of us working the night shift is a sleep disaster. Sleep Tip #289: Avoid the night shift if you can.
It’s OK to sleep in a guest room every now and then to really get some great sleep. This does not mean that you love your bed partner any less. It does mean that at times we need 100% uninterrupted … Read More
Be sure that you wash your bed linens with a soothing, scented detergent. Nothing smells so good as freshly washed linens. Sleep Tip #287: Use a soothing, scented detergent for all bed linens.
Wear pajamas to bed rather than baggy clothes that you may wear anywhere anytime. Why? You have to signal to your body that “it is time for sleep.” Sleep Tip #286: Sleep in pajamas not baggy clothes to set the … Read More
Facing your bed toward the window will jump start your day upon awakening. Our biological clocks are naturally responsive to light and dark. Sleep Tip #285: Face your bed towards the window.
Tell your family and friends not to call you near or after your bedtime. If they care about you, they’ll respect this boundary. Sleep Tip #284: Get off your family & friends call list.
You can’t fall asleep easily or stay asleep if you don’t feel safe and secure. Make sure that you feel safe and secure to sleep. Sleep Tip #283: Find a new “security blanket” to sleep with.
Many of us will wake up in the middle of the night, then be sure to stay in the dark before going back to bed. If you turn on a bright light or an electronic device, then you will wake … Read More
Use mental imagery or visualization as a soothing blanket for sleep. Counting sleep does not work for everybody. Sleep Tip #281: Don’t count sheep…picture yourself in your happy place.
How many times have you woken up because your cold? This may be prevented if you and your sleep partner have your own blanket rather than shared blanket. Sleep Tip #280: If your partner is a cover hug, bring a … Read More
As I am writing this tip, this is my plan for today and tomorrow. I am going to listen to my body and allow myself plenty of rest, relief and restoration. Sleep is a great medicine. Yet, it only works … Read More
Hit the stop button when you leave work. Leave work at work. You can’t embrace life if you’re embracing work too…unless all of your life is defined by your work. that is another challenge. Sleep Tip #279: Stop mentally reviewing … Read More
Most health fairs will screen for high blood pressure, diabetes, high cholesterol, body mass index, vision, and maybe even range of motion. And more and more, there are stress, anxiety and depression screenings. What about a sleep screening? Sleep is … Read More
Wondering what time you should go to bed. Check out the healthy bedtime sleep calculator. Sleep Tip #271: Check out the healthy bedtime sleep calculator.
In life and work, you have the expectations of others and the expectations that you place on yourself. Free yourself from sleep robbing expectations…others’ expectations and yours. Sleep Tip #270: Stop being a slave to expectations to sleep better.
Colorado Rockies ‘ outfielder Gonzalez realized that sleep made the difference in his performance. ”It’s just special,” said Gonzalez. Sleep Tip #268: Stop denying that lack of sleep is eroding your performance.
Sleep Tip #267: Stop working nights to trim your waistline.
Meditation is a great way to unwind. Muse offers a technologically enhanced way to meditate with headphones and an app. Sleep Tip #266: Meditation is a great way to unwind.
Phototherapy, also known as light therapy, bright light therapy, or blue light therapy, is increasingly common for people trying to improve their sleep health. Light therapy is particular helpful for those with Delayed Sleep Phase Disorder (DSPS). What is this? … Read More
If you feel more energetic during typical bed time hours, then you certainly are struggling to fall asleep. For some folks, this may signal that you have Delayed Sleep Phase Disorder. Simply put, this is a problem with your biological … Read More
Your work environment makes a difference in your quality of life during the day and at night. Harvard researchers found that exposure to brighter, blue-enriched lighting in the green-certified buildings promoted better sleep quality at night. The next morning this … Read More
It’s not OK to be a control freak. Yet, the scientific evidence is suggesting that increased control over work time by employees could improve sleep quality. This not only benefits you but also the company by increasing employee productivity and … Read More
Individuals commonly use the Internet to check out symptoms, health problems, and solutions to health issues. Day and night. Searching about insomnia symptoms at night is likely to make the situation worse for most. Why? First, you are exposed to … Read More
There is a connect between chronic sleep loss and engaging in riskier behaviors. Risky behavior increases as the sleep loss mounts and continues. One of the more alarming facts is that self-perception of more risky behaviors is lacking. In short, … Read More
Faced with a frustrating night of insomnia, many folks will turn to a sleep medication. Prescribed or over-the-counter. Yet, some of those that take the meds often feel conflicted. This is especially true if they have been battling sleep disturbances … Read More
Insomnia is among the most common disorders in the general population. While hypnotic medications are efficacious, their use is limited by adverse events. Safe, effective alternatives are needed. Early research is showing that frontal cerebral thermal therapy makes it easier … Read More
Do you use social technology in the bed just before going to sleep? If you answered yes, you’re an active social technology addict…user not addict. If you answered no, then it means that you could still be interrupted by social … Read More
Positive affect helps you cope with difficult situations. Individuals high in positive affect tend to be happier, more successful in life, and enjoy better relationships. Positive affect is reduced during chronic and acute sleep loss. Don’t fool yourself by thinking … Read More
Tell your leaders and managers that sleep is related to higher work engagement. One simple way to boost worker engagement is to educate workers about good sleep habits. This increase in knowledge among some workers will be enough to improve … Read More
Smoking a nice, relaxing cigarette may seem like a seductive way to ease yourself into slumber. Researchers have found that just smoking for one month disrupts your sleep. They also found that the more cigarettes you smoke, the worse the … Read More
At your next work or team meeting, gently bring up the issue of sleep dilemmas at work. Over-working is becoming vogue especially among entrepreneurs and entrepreneurially-minded companies. This strategy is foolish. Sleep Tip #237: Be brave and bring up sleep … Read More
The Center for Creative Leadership describes a lack of sleep as a leadership liability. Leaders who are sleep deprived impair their ability to sense and organization information. In short, their performance as leaders suffers. When leaders suffer, employees suffer. Sleep … Read More
Sleep experts found that after the earthquake and Tsunami in Japan that interacting with others made the difference between sleeping poorly and sleeping well. Visit with your neighbors. Help your neighbors. Contact your friends. In short, don’t isolate yourself. Interacting … Read More
Primary care physicians promote “Know Your Numbers.” The numbers they are talking about are the following: Blood pressure Cholesterol level Resting pulse Sugar level Do you know your sleep number? Sleep Tip #221: Do you get enough sleep? Assess your … Read More
Sleep experts recommend 7-9 hours of sleep for adults to feel rested the next. What do consumers of sleep technology such as Fitbit say? They say 7.5 hours. Yet, most admit to only getting 6 hours of sleep each night. … Read More
One survey found that 13% of individuals ages 18-45 admit to drinking alcohol to fall asleep. Alcohol may help you fall asleep faster. But alcohol will not help you stay asleep. Sleep Tip #219: Alcohol may help you fall asleep … Read More
Clean eating is a craze. So too is clean sweeping. Clean sleeping is putting sleep as the #1 priority-above all else. Sleep Tip # 216: Catch the clean sleep wave.
Jet lag is worse when you travel eastward. Jet lag can be resolved by matching your internal clock to your destination’s clock as soon as possible. Sleep Tip # 215: Fend off jet lag especially when traveling eastward.
Cognitive Behavior Therapy for Insomnia has the potential to improve both sleep and pain for those who suffer from chronic pain. Sleep Tip #214: Stop pain and sleeplessness with Cognitive Behavior Therapy for Insomnia.
you may have heard as a child, “Clean up your room.” This advice was on the spot. Clean up your room to create a sleep inducing environment. Sleep Tip # 213: Tidy up your bedroom to promote sleep.
The effects of BB and clear lenses, worn for 2 hours preceding bedtime for 7 nights in a study found that it improved sleep for those suffering from insomnia. BB lenses are relatively cheap and easy to wear right before … Read More
Migraine headaches and sleep problems go together. To decrease symptoms with both, try Cognitive Behavior Therapy for Insomnia or CBT-I. Sleep Tip #210: Treat migraines and sleep problems in one punch.
For midlife women experiencing insomnia and nocturnal hot flashes, a 4-session CBT intervention targeting both insomnia and hot flashes works to improve: sleep depression Sleep Tip #209: Brief therapy works for menopausal women with sleep problems.
Sleep loss is common after a disaster. Below is a list of some disasters: Fire Flood Tornado Hurricane Blizzard Major Property Losa Get professional help if you are having a hard time falling asleep, staying asleep or waking up too … Read More
Sleep Tip #204: Android’s Night Shift App to Sleep Faster.
S Sleep Tip #203: Switch on Apple’s Night Shift.
You don’t need to know the time when sleeping. If you trust that your alarm will go off, then stop tracking the time while you’re sleeping. There is no reason to know what time it happens to be. Sleep Tip … Read More
First class and business class travelers are given ear plugs to drown out the sound, eye masks to keep it dark and little socks to warm their feet. What do you get in economy? A ticket, a seat, a place … Read More
Most of us are not fortunate enough to afford first, class, business class, or business plus. This means that we have to make the best of the cramped space we’re given by the airlines. Ignore the instruction to store your … Read More
Chill before boarding especially on long flights or overnight flights. If your goal is to sleep for most of the flight, then wind down before you get on the plane. Sleep Tip #196: Chill before boarding on long and overnight … Read More
Dress comfortably for long flights, especially overnight flights to fight jet lag. The last thing you want is to sweat, to shiver, or to be pierced by a belt while trying to chill and sleep. Sleep Tip #194: Wear comfy … Read More
Avoid frequently rotating shifts Sleep Tip #193: Avoid rotating shifts to counter the sleep robbing effects of shift work.
If there is no other way around taking the night shift, taking a 90-minute nap before your shift can help you stay awake and be more alert. It is also beneficial to take a short nap during break time—about 15 … Read More
Do you feel secure about your close relationships at home and at work? If the answer is yes, then you’re less likely to feel stressed about your relationships and better able to relax enough to fall asleep and stay asleep. … Read More
Individuals victimized and terrorized by loved ones must endure suffering and pain during their waking hours and also during their sleeping hours. Sleep is the time to become restored and refreshed. Sleep Tip #172: Seek help and support if … Read More
Savoring is a form of positive repetitive thought characterized by attendance to positive affective experiences. Savoring has three categories: Anticipating (something upbeat) Savoring the moment Reminiscing not ruminating Psychological researchers are discovering that the more you savor, the better you sleep. … Read More
Hot flashes go along with menopause for many, many women. As you well know, you can’t fall asleep, stay alseep or benefit from quality sleep if you have hot flashes. Let your primary care provider or gynecologist know that your … Read More
One of the leading scientific organization for sleep experts, National Sleep Foundation, recommends that older adults get 7-9 hours a sleep each night. Are you getting 7-9 hours? If you do, this will make a difference in your health, productivity, … Read More
Sleep loss is one of the causes of fatigue at work. You may wonder if you are fatigued or not. Take the “Am I fatigued? Self-Assessment” below. If you respond to more than 5 items, then you are probably fatigued. … Read More
Tryptophan is one of 20 naturally occurring amino acids—the building blocks of proteins. Tryptophan is used by the human body to make serotonin, a neurotransmitter. Some call Tryptophan the sleep hormone. Tryptophan promotes sleep. Tryptophan is contained in many foods … Read More
Extended work hours beyond 8 hours is great for the paycheck and great for the employer but it ain’t so great for the following reasons: More mistakes More errors More accidents Worse sleep Greater health risk Try to keep your … Read More
If you rotate shifts in your job, you may want to ask your boss for a clockwise rather than a counter-clockwise rotation. What is a clockwise rotation? You work the morning shift, then the afternoon shift, and then the evening … Read More
Your company may have a worksite wellness program, an employee engagement program, a fitness facility, an EAP, and even a nap room but if you don’t get the 7-9 hours of continuous sleep that most adults need, then all that … Read More
A larger number and percentage of companies are implementing employee suggestion programs. These programs are now largely electronic not boxes as in the old days. What can you suggest to improve the bottom line? Make sleep a priority. Get real … Read More
Many companies given workers a safety incentive or bonus if there are no accidents. You increase your chances of earning the incentive/bonus if your company does what they’re supposed to do, which you can’t control but you can influence. And … Read More
New scientific evidence with Major League Baseball (MLB) players finds that sleeping about a hour longer (sleep extension) for five days results in enhanced cognitive performance and more focused attention. It is obvious how this benefits professional ball players. How … Read More
Tiger Woods, the famous golfer, was arrested for DUI. After this went public, Tiger Woods released an official statement on Monday, regarding his medications and sleep disorder. Woods’ statement said: I’m currently receiving professional help to manage my medications and … Read More
The Atlanta Braves set up a sleep room for their players. Owners, general managers and coach recognize that sleep is critical for high performance in baseball, It is also essential for high performance in most occupations. Are your owners, managers, … Read More
Do you take short or long vacations? Or…no vacation. Most of us find that our sleep habits change during a vacation. In a study published in the Journal of Happiness, it was found that individuals who took a long vacation … Read More
Adults have night terrors too. It doesn’t just affect kids. Anybody that has suffered from night terrors knows that it disrupts your sleep and those who may witness you have a night terror. This is not normal. Get help. You … Read More
Valerian root is known to have sedative qualities. For centuries, Valerian root has been used to soothe anxiety and promote sleep. With any herbal remedy, it is essential that you talk with your primary care provider before taking any herbal … Read More
The NBA Superstar, Chris Paul, shared his advice about the need for sleep even with his hectic schedule juggling life and pro basketball. Sleep Tip #167: Learn from athletic superstars about the restorative power of rest and sleep.
Many drugs ranging from asthma/allergy meds to heart meds can disrupt our sleep. Read the labels to find out if sleep disturbances are a possible side effect. If the answer is yes, then do not stop taking your meds but … Read More
Plants freshen up any room with oxygen. Green plants are not only great for enhanced breathing but also for counter-acting some allergy symptoms. A bonus is that freshening up your bedroom with green plants will help you experience higher quality … Read More
Caffeine is not the only stimulant but it is a stimulant. Caffeine is hidden in soda. Red Bull, coffee, tea, and even chocolate. Sleep Tip #160: Avoid stimulants pats mid-day.
Honey was used to induce sleeps thousands of years ago. Honey promotes relaxation and helps ease you to sleep. The magic ingredient may be Tryptophan. Tryptophan is an essential amino acid. Honey is one source of Tryptophan. Sleep Tip #157: … Read More
The reality is that most of us, including me, don’t like to do what others want us to do. If others are saying you need to improve your sleep life. The almost automatic response is an immediate turn off. Psychologists … Read More
We have a natural tendency to mimic others. Unfortunately, we imitate both good and bad. Psychologists call this behavioral synchrony. Interestingly, you don’t even have to know the person to tap into the power of imitating others. Sleep Tip #153: … Read More
Sleep Tip #152: Count sheep to sleep faster and better.
Clean, fresh sheets help you sleep better. And if you are clean and fresh, then this will help you and your bed partner sleep better. Sleep Tip #150: Keep yourself clean and fresh to catch some ZZsss.
Cutting edge research is suggesting that the climate has an impact on your sleep. Living in New Orleans and DC for many years, this is not really new news. In LA Times story, a researcher predicted that by by 2050 … Read More
When I have to cross multiple time zones on a business or pleasure trip, I try to stay 1-2 days midway between my home and final destination. I do the same on my return trip home. Why? My … Read More