Have you checked out Sexfluent yet? Here at Trip! we adore them! They’ve got a ton of awesome info on sexual health that jives with us and how we like to live our lives. One of the former Trip! peers even worked on their substance use page!
Sleep can be a tricky thing; whether it’s falling asleep, staying asleep, being comfortable in bed, or dealing with constant fatigue. In this blogpost, we’ll cover the basics of sleep neurobiology, tips, common sleep disorders, over the counter & herbal remedies that may encourage better sleep, and additional online resources to check out.
Why is sleep important?
Your body repairs its cells during sleep, important for wound healing, cellular regeneration, etc.
Digestion and metabolism are affected by sleep.
Your brain consolidates information and memories.
People who are deprived of sleep are at a significantly higher risk for obesity, diabetes, heart disease, high blood pressure, kidney disease, and stroke.
Too little sleep, or poor quality sleep can aggravate gastrointestinal disorders and mental health issues.
First time trying cannabis? We will be discussing what to expect on your first high!
Cannabis has recently been legalized in Canada. Even though cannabis may now be legal, it can still be tough for youth to find helpful information about it. The info on the Canadian government websites might be confusing. It also doesn’t give solid info on what to expect when you eat edibles or smoke cannabis for the first time. But never fear – we got you!
With many of Toronto’s beloved venues shutting down, more and more youth are partying at home. And why not? A house party can be a safer space for folks to use drugs, be silly, hang out with friends and make it a night to remember. House parties also give you the power to make the rules about what goes and what doesn’t. Whether you’re partying or hosting, we can all have a blast by using some simple harm reduction tips: