New research shows another reason why you should be getting a good night’s sleep: it could help save your memory.
Anyone can improve their memory, unless they are experiencing memory loss as part of a medical condition.
When new managers and their employees meet for the first time, they begin to forge their working relationship, which will be a crucial factor in how they both experience work, how much they trust each other, and how effectively they can work together.
It’s that time of year when everyone is beginning to make their New Year’s resolutions, most of the time these resolutions tend to about their health and wellness. Promoting good health and wellness should also be an employer’s goal for 2018 so with this in mind, here is a summary of the six best workplace wellbeing initiatives and trends that businesses should look out for in 2018.
Startup companies that rely on smart young talent to work exceedingly long days have begun to encourage their employees to get some shuteye at the office.
Snooker player Ronnie O’Sullivan took a series of short sleeps before going on to reach the last 16 at the Scottish Open. And this got the Reality Check team wondering, are power naps good for you?
Office building owners are perpetually updating, renovating and remodeling in an ongoing effort to keep properties appealing to current and potential tenants.
I’m not a daily napper. I travel A LOT, so I do use naps to help my circadian clock adjust to changing time zones, to minimize jet lag, and to ensure I’m getting the amount of daily rest I need.
Sleeping 8 hours per night? Easier said than done in our modern world. … A frantic way of life; the race between our different responsibilities and a busy personal, family or social life; social networks, e-mails and inexhaustible communication flows; demoralizing news; endless travel in traffic; coffee; stress; noise; technology and its blue screens, during…