Blackout blinds, white noise machines, prescription medication — we’ll try a lot of tricks to get a full night’s sleep. Studies show that sleep is critical for our moods, our minds, and our overall health, and we just plain feel better after a good rest. But how do we know if we’ve gotten that ever-elusive “right amount” of sleep? It turns out that there’s a science to doing it well.
By Bari Lieberman for Refinery29 You don’t have to learn a bunch of complicated new moves to see results at the gym. “This is a form of training where exercises are conducted one right after another, with no rest between movements,” explains Lina Belkin, chief training officer of The Barre Code fitness studios. Afterward, you can rest briefly before performing the superset again. Second, it’s efficient — training with supersets is a simple way of sneaking in an effective workout without spending hours exercising.
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If you diet a lot, you may be more likely to overeat in times of stress than people who don’t diet a lot, a new survey suggests.
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Dieters Tend to Overeat When Stressed