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The ideal room temperature for living and sleeping

Jun 8, 2021 6:44:00 AM / by Wellcare posted in Better Sleep Tips, Winter Season Tips, Heat Therapy Information



When the sun goes down, experts have noticed that your circadian clock readies your body for bed around two hours before you go to sleep. The more scientific name of circadian rhythm is actually the suprachiasmatic nucleus (SCN). This is a cluster of cells in your brain, directly connected to your retina that wakes you up or makes you drowsy depending on the amount of light in the room. That is also why you may have a difficult time falling asleep when the lights are left on at night.


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Ideal room humidity and best temperatures for sleeping

Jun 2, 2021 7:37:00 AM / by Wellcare posted in Better Sleep Tips


Our bodies are very complex structures, and turning all of it off for sleep requires effort. In short, we actually have to work at getting rest, and the key to getting there faster has been the challenge that the sleep industry has worked towards solving ever since their inception.


There are plenty of factors that can help or prevent you from getting good sleep - diet, sleeping issues, psychological state - and each industry tries to solve this problem in their own way. One common solution is simply affecting the temperature of the sleeper when they fall asleep, but this isn’t as easy as you may think.


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How to increase body temperature? Here is everything you need to know

May 31, 2021 6:45:00 AM / by Wellcare posted in Better Sleep Tips, Winter Season Tips, Heat Therapy Information


Do you know what goes up and down without having to move? Something we have but rarely notice?

In the hustle and bustle of our everyday lives, we are more often than not, simply attentive to details that we consider important or see as a priority. As the riddle implies, monitoring our body temperature is not always top-of-mind when it comes to improving our physical health, nor is it a daily element we think of.


The only time we ever pay attention to our body temperature is when we feel our body shiver from an oncoming fever.

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How to Sleep With a Cold: 10 Dos and Don'ts

May 7, 2021 8:44:00 AM / by Wellcare posted in Better Sleep Tips, Health & Wellness Info



Millennials have become famously branded as the “burnout generation,” unable to find time to clear out their thoughts and stop working for the day. Because of this, they are more likely to develop stress-induced illnesses and mental health issues. In a study under the Health and Safety Executive (HSE) of the United Kingdom, scientists found that people who are stressed more often are more likely to get sick.

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Why ambient temperature is relevant for sleep

May 5, 2021 5:45:00 AM / by Wellcare posted in Better Sleep Tips, Winter Season Tips, Heat Therapy Information



Imagine that you’ve just arrived home from a long day at work. You crash on the couch and indulge in an episode from your latest Netflix show before making yourself a quick dinner. From there, you freshen up and get ready to hit the sack by curling up with a comfy blanket.


But then your thoughts start to wander. You find that the more you force yourself to sleep, the more active your mind becomes. Frustrated, you end up staring blankly at the ceiling and end up resorting to browsing through your phone in search of tips to help you sleep.

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How to keep your body and feet warm in bed during winter season?

May 3, 2021 12:04:00 PM / by Wellcare posted in Health & Wellness Info


Cold feet might usually just be an annoyance, but in some cases can be a real problem—such as when it keeps you from having restful sleep. In bed, as elsewhere, cold feet can be caused by a mix of cold exposure and poor microcirculation. When considering how to keep warm in bed, most solutions focus on the reducing cold exposure, but it’s important not to forget about circulation, too.


Reducing cold exposure usually means covering up and trapping heat, but it can also mean providing a source of heat—in this case, a portable one that you can bring with you into bed. Here, we’ll take a look at some ideas on how to keep warm in bed, in winter, or in other situations, as well as the things to remember when following each method.

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5 Reasons Why You Shouldn’t Be Sleeping With The Lights On

Apr 29, 2021 10:02:00 AM / by Wellcare posted in Better Sleep Tips



How often do you fall asleep with the lights (or a light source of some source) still on? You might have fallen asleep watching TV, forgotten to turn off the lights because you were too tired, or dozed off while working on your laptop. No matter the reason, you are not alone, as it is estimated that nearly half of all adults sleep with some kind of light on.

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6 Ways to Soothe Trapezius Muscle Pain

Apr 23, 2021 7:28:00 AM / by Wellcare posted in Body & Muscle Pain



We often encounter stressful situations in our daily life, and our stress can manifest in a variety of ways. For instance, our muscles tend to tighten when we’re anxious, causing strain and muscle pain particularly in the trapezius muscles, located in the upper back.

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Waking Up Tired: 8 Reasons Why You Are Tired All The Time

Mar 15, 2021 11:52:30 AM / by Wellcare posted in Health & Wellness Info



It’s late into the night and you’re still typing away at your computer, with a list of things that need accomplishing. The next morning, you are bleary-eyed as you make your way to the pharmacy to pick up prescription drugs for your loved one.


While you make the drive safely, Virginia Tech Transportation reports that 1 in 5 car crashes happen because of fatigue. Younger drivers, in particular, are more prone to driving while fatigued.

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How to Relieve Plantar Fasciitis and Bunions In A Natural Way

Jan 4, 2021 4:16:51 AM / by Wellcare


Shelly is a busy business executive who often works in the company's overseas factories and participates in international exhibitions and conferences. During a business trip, she was about to start a busy day when she felt pain in her feet upon getting out of bed. Trying to ignore the pain, she stood up, jumped a few steps on one foot, and the pain disappeared all of a sudden.


A few hours into her day, she's standing in high heels and presiding over a meeting. Her toes were uncomfortable the entire time, which caused her feet to swell.


Whenever Shelly’s feet hurt the following days, she never thought to see a doctor or take pain medication. Even so, her feet were still so painful in the mornings that she couldn’t touch the ground. After two days of this experience, her feet felt better and healed without medicine. Do you or the people around you have a similar experience?

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