Lower back pain can have an impact on your daily life in many different ways, but it can be especially bothersome at night. All too often people find that having retired to bed in the hopes of getting some much needed sleep their back pain keeps them awake, leaving them wide awake, in pain and frustrated.Read More >
Sleep is important for your body, especially your heart. While sleeping, your heart rate will decrease and your heart beats slower than normal. This slower pace gives your heart a chance to rest and be prepared for the next day. Without proper sleep, our hearts are working hard all day and night, and this sets up a dangerous scenario for heart disease and heart attacks.