The Importance of Time-Restricted Eating + Other Stories
Every week, we corral the best wellness stories from around the internet—just in time for your weekend bookmarking. This week: the case for decluttering your digital life, how women’s brains may stay younger for longer than men’s, and why being rocked to sleep isn’t just for little ones.
A new study on brain metabolism found that women retain a higher rate throughout life. Some doctors believe it may give female brains “an edge when it comes to learning and creativity,” while others says it may mean a higher risk for developing Alzheimer’s disease.
It turns out babies aren’t the only ones who benefit from being rocked to sleep. A recent study found that rhythmic external motions may help us fall asleep faster—and get a higher quality of shut-eye.
If you’re a late-night snacker you may want to rethink your habit. Chronobiologist Emily Manoogian explains that this can lead to circadian disruption.