We all know that obtaining adequate sleep contributes to an improved overall quality of life in terms of our health, weight, mood, ability to focus, and more. However, it is estimated that 1 in 3 adults regularly falls short of the recommended 7 to 9 hours. Adopting the following tips can go a long way towards helping you achieve a healthy, good night’s sleep.
Getting quality sleep has become a struggle for many people to the point that Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has considered insufficient sleep as a serious public health issue. In a CDC study, 35 percent American adults fail to get sufficient sleep. Lack of slumber poses severe problems in our health and productivity.
Whether it was the touch football game your pals threw together, an extra-long run or all that yard work, there are occasions when your muscles and joints have had enough. Although you know the condition is temporary, it's still uncomfortable. Here are some tips to relieve muscle and joint pain for those times when you've overdone it.