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    Can Better Sleep Boost Your Immune System?

    Can Better Sleep Boost Your Immune System

    In the wake of the pandemic, coronavirus, taking over the world, we take a look at how sleep affects the immune system. It is not enough to merely stay clean or social distance yourself, rather is it very important to also get adequate hours of sleep every night to stay healthy. For, studies show that lack of sleep or chronic sleep deprivation can weaken your immune system and make you fall sick easily. Sleep Boosts T Cells The immune cells known as the T cells essentially fight against viruses that causes flu or fever. According to one such study, the effectiveness of T cells between people who sleep well and people who stay awake was observed. The study concluded that the T cells are more…

    Why Do We Yawn?

    Why Do We Yawn

    Yawning, not just humans, but a lot of animals as well do it. In essence, we yawn to take in a big breath of air into our lungs. Most often, we yawn when we are tired or sleepy by the end of the day, or as soon as we wake up in the morning. For years now, yawning has been associated with drowsiness and the body’s signal to fall asleep. However, there is a lot more to yawning than merely being an indicator of sleep. In this article, we focus on why we yawn and the extent of its association to sleep. What Happens When We Yawn? Remember that yawning has far more reasons than just sleepiness. Some reasons behind yawning are: Yawning helps regulate…

    Pregnancy Sleep Tips: How to Keep Insomnia and Sleep Disorders at Bay

    Pregnancy Sleep Tips

    Going through pregnancy requires lots of planning and support to maintain overall health and wellbeing. As the months for delivery near, the expecting mother is seldom in a state of comfort. In addition to nausea, body pain, back pain, fetal movement, and general discomfort, pregnant women are prone to developing insomnia or other sleep disorders. Through this article, we will learn some common sleep disorders reported by pregnant women and tips to overcome its related consequences. Common Sleep Problems Amongst Pregnant Women Insomnia Insomnia refers to difficulty in falling asleep, staying asleep or waking up really early and unable to fall back asleep. Expecting mothers have reported suffering from either of these three difficulties, especially towards the end of the term. Despite being tired all…

    Tips to Overcome Anxiety Before Bedtime

    Tips to Overcome Anxiety Before Bedtime

    Anxiety and stress are considered the leading cause of sleep disorders amongst most adults. It is not uncommon to lay in bed with a racing mind, unable to fall asleep, while at the same time, being flushed with anxiety. While it is important to understand that beating anxiety before bedtime can be achieved but it cannot be done overnight. Therefore, to help you sleep a little better every night, here are some tips you can adopt as part of your sleep routine. Meditation At first, the idea of meditation can sound overwhelming if you are struggling to calm your mind. Luckily for the modern era, various mobile applications are available that offer short videos and audios to calm the mind. Sleep experts also believe that…

    Tips for Coping with Mental Health Amidst Coronavirus

    Tips for Coping with Mental Health Amidst Coronavirus

    The novel Coronavirus pandemic has intensively worsened across the globe with WHO reporting over 700,000 cases and close to 34,000 deaths in 202 regions, countries or territories. The global pandemic has singlehandedly brought the world to a standstill as a number of nations have imposed lockdowns in an attempt to ‘flatten the curve’. Closer to home, the United States now leads the unenviable chart of the highest number of confirmed cases in the world with over 140,000 cases, surpassing China by a huge margin. The enormous burden on hospitals and medical personnel in the frontlines are beginning to show as they try to cope with the rise in cases. Stressful times like these can also take quite a toll on mental health with an air…

    Coronavirus: Tips to Work From Home

    Coronavirus Work From Home

    *In an attempt to inform our patrons and readers, a few of our pieces will solely focus on the ‘Coronavirus pandemic’. Stay home and stay safe – Bamboo Sheets Shop. The novel coronavirus pandemic has infected over 400,000 people across the globe and has resulted in a death toll numbering close to 20,000. Nations have imposed lockdowns and social distancing as a measure to curb the transmission. The United States is now amongst the worst affected nations and the burden on hospitals is beginning to show. With people under quarantine and staying indoors, many companies have asked their employees to work from home. Social distancing is the only way to ‘flatten the curve’ and to ensure your work is covered, here are a few tips….

    Switching to Bamboo Sheets as a Sustainable Eco-friendly Option

    Switching to Bamboo Sheets as a Sustainable Eco-friendly Option

    Up until a few years ago, vision 2020 meant that humans were set to accomplish milestones in terms of technology, growth and development. However, the reality we live in is much to the contrary. With rampant forest fires across the Amazon, California and Australia, earthquakes in Puerto Rice, Indonesia, and other volcanic risk zones, now followed by the coronavirus pandemic has put the world in a frenzy. In light of this, we draw focus on how climate change is shifting consumer preference to seek more sustainable and eco-friendly products, that are less harmful to our mother Earth. Why Bamboo is the Answer to Climate Change? With every natural disaster, we not only lose human life but also the ecosystem we thrive on. Animals and plants…

    Coronavirus: Steps to follow if you are sick

    Coronavirus: Steps to follow if you are sick

    The Coronavirus pandemic has gripped the world and the World Health Organization has confirmed more than 200,000 cases over 166 countries, regions or territories at the time of writing. The CDC has reported over 7000 confirmed cases within the United States and 97 deaths. The virus is transmitted primarily from person to person through close contact or through respiratory droplets from coughing/sneezing. The Coronavirus infects people everywhere regardless of age, climate, region, etc. Since there is currently no vaccine for the COVID-19, it is highly recommended to avoid being exposed to the virus. That said, if you are showing any symptoms or if you think you have been infected, consider the following steps. Contact your local health authority If you show any symptoms or feel…

    Myth Busters About Coronavirus

    Myth Busters About Coronavirus

    The COVID-19 global pandemic has currently affected over 150 nations and cases continue to grow at a rampant rate. Governments, World Organizations, doctors, scientists, and health experts are scrambling to deal with the threat of the Coronavirus in an attempt to dampen the spread. While the many measures taken have shown significant progress, the outbreak has also made way for a great share of misinformation and myths. Spreading misinformation over social media negates the severity of the infection and could lead to errors in judgment affecting people’s lives. Therefore, through this myth busters article, we aim to break some myths about Coronavirus, with an intention to equip you with the right information. Here Are a Few Myths That Have Been Making the Rounds and Shouldn’t…

    Coping with Coronavirus (COVID-19)

    Coping with Coronavirus COVID 19

    *In an attempt to inform our patrons and readers, a few of our pieces will solely focus on ‘Coping with Coronavirus’. Stay home and stay safe – Bamboo Sheets Shop. The novel Coronavirus (COVID – 19) pandemic has currently affected close to 200,000 people worldwide and claimed over 7,000 lives in its wake. Countries across the globe are imposing social distancing and have even closed their borders as a measure to further curtail the virus spread and ease the burden on health services. Experts from the World Health Organization and the World over are recommending practices that will help ‘flatten the curve’. Here are a few steps to help you stay safe through this time Wash hands frequently Practice washing your hands with soap or…

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