All grown, harvested, and extracted in America, Sandland sleep products have been thoughtfully formulated from plant-derived compounds. Our ingredients are all found naturally in hemp and serve the specific purpose of helping you fall or stay asleep.
Watching television is one of America’s favorite pastimes. But watching TV in bed? Bad idea. And still, people do it all the time. The leisurely activity is so addicting that many Americans spend over 35 hours of television a week in front of the tube. Another study reports that 64 percent of households have a TV in the master bedroom, and the effects have not gone unnoticed. While some claim that watching television helps them fall asleep, the American Academy of Sleep Medicine reports that a staggering 80% of U.S. adults are losing sleep due to binge-watching. Keep reading to learn more about the relationship between TV and sleep.
Sleep is a crucial factor that has a mega influence on our health and wellbeing. A good night’s sleep rejuvenates our brain and body. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), adults between the ages of 18 to 60 years require a minimum of 7 hours of uninterrupted, deep sleep everyday to function at their peak.
Should I let my dog sleep with me? It's a common question among pet owners. Those seeking answers have likely encountered arguments from both sides of the fence. Below, we'll introduce you to the benefits - and potential disadvantages - of letting your dog sleep in bed with you.
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There are a lot of things that can prevent us from getting a good night's sleep. Anxiety, insomnia, poor sleep hygiene are just some of the many things that can keep us up at night. In exchange for a full night's rest, we'll do just about anything. We'll buy sleep patches, invest in ergonomic pillows, avoid television, and more. But did you ever think of using pressure points for sleep?