The Checkup: How to Fall Asleep in Under 60 Seconds — For Real!

And more healthy reads to start your Tuesday.



• A study by the American Psychological Association found that 50 percent of millennials report being kept up all night due to stress at least once in the past month, and NPR says 60 million Americans are currently battling insomnia. So, if you’re one of ‘em, you could probably use this: The 4-7-8 breathing exercise for sleep that’s been known to put even the most stressed out people to bed in under a minute. [TIME]

• And speaking of doing things in under a minute: 21 ways to be healthier in a minute or less — including dry-brushing your teeth. Who knew? [Yahoo Health]

• Today alone, I’ve stumbled upon, not one, but two recipes for turmeric milk. This leads me to the question, is turmeric milk — made with homemade nut milk, of course — the new milk? [Well + Good]

• Now that Broad Street is over, it’s time to start thinking about your next goal, runners. Here, Olympic silver medalist Meb Keflezighi dishes on how to set goals like a pro. [Runner’s World]

• We all know the saying, “Eat less, move more,” right? Well, turns out, that isn’t always the answer when it comes to losing weight. [Greatist]

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