Infants Exposed to Excessive Screen Time Show Differences in Brain Function Beyond Eight Years of Age
Summary: Greater exposure to screen time during infancy was linked to poor self-regulation and brain immaturity…
The 7 types of rest that every person needs
Saundra Dalton-Smith MD
Have you ever tried to fix an ongoing lack of energy by getting more sleep — only to do so and still feel exhausted?
If that’s you, here’s the secret: Sleep and rest are not the same thing, although many of us incorrectly confuse the two.
We go through life thinking we’ve rested because we have gotten enough sleep — but in reality we are missing out on the other types of rest we desperately need. The result is a culture of high-achieving, high-producing, chronically tired and chronically burned-out individuals. We’re suffering from a rest deficit because we don’t understand the true power of rest.
Rest should equal restoration in seven key areas of your life.
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