5 Weird Things That Help You Sleep When You've Exhausted All Of Your Other Bedtime Resources
According to Drs. Kirti Salwe Carter and Rob Carter III, authors of the book The Morning Mind, your brain has a smaller mass in the morning, due to the distribution of fluids around the body and a prolonged period without hydration while you sleep.
How Complex PTSD Can Affect Relationships, According To An Expert
8 Tips to Getting a Good Night’s Sleep
Turns out, what you're eating before bed could affect your Zzzs.
How to support yourself and others who may be struggling with post traumatic stress disorder
Here's Exactly When To Use Essential Oils For Your Best Night's Sleep
Their new book The Morning Mind combines their knowledge and shares science-backed and effective tips for a successful morning so you can be on your way to your best day. In this excerpt from the book, they explain the best time of day to use your essential oils for an optimal sleep-wake cycle.
Starting Your Year Off Right: Changing the Way You Sleep Can Make a Difference in Your Year
Spring Reading List: The Morning Mind
Spring reading list: Top nonfiction about women in combat, racism and rules of war. Plus, outstanding literary fiction from veterans
Turns out that morning people really are more productive than night owls
You might think that you are a night owl, but new research says that less than 1% of the population are actually genetically programmed to work best later in the day.
According to Drs. Rob and Kirti Carter, the pursuit to becoming a better leader, thinker and person is a matter of implementing practical, daily habits
Dr. Rob Carter III on Military Sleep Science
Jeff chats with military sleep scientist Dr. Rob Carter III, author of The Morning Mind, about sleep, diet, and circadian rhythms.
An Excerpt from the book The Morning Mind by Dr. Rob & Dr. Kirti Carter on Circadian Rhythms & Sleep Quality
Bad habits. Bad feelings. Bad mornings that turn into regrettable days. Banish them all with simple brain hacks that flip negative thoughts and behaviors into positive productive ones. Instead of dragging through your day, learn to wake up refreshed, recharge regularly, and live better than ever.
15 Secrets Morning People Want You To Know
I used to look at morning people with awe. My father left the house at 5:00 a.m. every morning without so much as batting an eyelash.
UMUC Professor's Book Can Help You Master Your Day
On International Women's Day Harper Collins features our author Dr. Kirti Salwe Carter
Dr. Kirti Salwe Carter and Dr. Rob Carter III taught me how my brain function...