The Checkup: The Secret to Getting Up the First Time Your Alarm Goes Off

And other reads to keep you healthy this weekend.

AnaBGD/iStock.com

• If you’re one of those people who hits snooze at least twice before actually getting out of bed (who isn’t?), researchers might’ve found the cure for your morning-averse ways. A new study conducted at the University of California Berkeley’s Neuroeconomics Laboratory shows that a mindfulness practice called sequence framing could be the key to getting out of bed the first time your alarm goes off. [Real Simple]

• Sigh, Sweetgreen just raised their prices. But before you get too upset, here’s the reasoning behind the extra cents on your salad. [Well + Good]

• Yuck! flight attendants revealed some pretty, well, nasty secrets about airplanes. Here’s what they claim is the dirtiest spot on a plane. [Time]

• A high-protein diet could be backing you up. But it’s not the protein that’s causing your constipation. Here’s the low-down on why your protein goals might be giving you some bathroom troubles. [Women’s Health]

• Feeling like your workouts haven’t been up to par lately? Collagen, your go-to beauty supplement, might just be the key to getting your workout routine back on track and logging some killer sweat sessions. [mindbodygreen]

Like what you’re reading? Stay in touch with Be Well Philly—here’s how:

Around the Web

Be respectful of our online community and contribute to an engaging conversation. We reserve the right to ban impersonators and remove comments that contain personal attacks, threats, or profanity, or are flat-out offensive. By posting here, you are permitting Philadelphia magazine and Metro Corp. to edit and republish your comment in all media.