Why good sleep is so important ?
One-third of our lives we spend sleeping. When it comes to improving your wellbeing, performance, and body composition, deep restorative sleep is just as important as nutrition and exercise. Healthy sleep pattern helps our bodies and minds to recover, improve memory function, keeps us lean, happy, mentally focused, and healthy.
Without restful sleep, we don’t feel well. Chronically lousy sleep slathers on body fat, screws up our hormones, age us faster, increases chronic illnesses, drains our mind and leads to chronic stress and burnout.
The lack of sleep links to almost all chronic diseases: obesity, type 2 diabetes, heart disease, anxiety, depression, neurodegeneration, stress and burnout. Returning to adequate sleep schedule can quickly reduce these risks.
The good news is that with the right strategies in your lifestyle you can get back to healthy sleep pattern and enjoy a life without fatigue and low energy levels.