Why is getting enough sleep a good thing?
This question isn’t only connected with how good you feel after a good night’s sleep or how fresh you look in the morning, without your under-eye circles.
Sleeping is letting your body rejuvenate, heal and rest. Following that, your mind will be stronger and more ready to cope with your “awake time” and battles through the day.
Adequate sleeping keeps your weight, health, and mind within healthy boundaries and it especially helps your heart to overcome all the stress it suffered a day before.
Don’t let others control your sleeping time – read why it is essential to have a quality sleep…
- SLEEPING IMPROVES YOUR MEMORY
You wouldn’t believe how busy your mind is while the body is asleep. During sleeping, your brain is “doing homework” from the day before, perfecting the skills and memories you have learned that day.
That means that a good, quality sleep helps you to learn better whatever it is you are learning at that time.
This works especially good with students: sleeping helps them to better process all the informations they receive.
- QUALITY SLEEPING = LONGER LIVING
Lifespan is connected with numerous factors, and sleeping is amongst them.
Getting too much sleep or not getting enough sleep can also affect our lifespan.
Sleeping less than it needs also opens the doors to illness and severe emotional state – don’t let no one tell you that five hours is enough because it’s not.
“If you sleep better, you live better.”
- SLEEPING AND YOUR HEALTH
This isn’t just some random info: inflammatory proteins in human blood is more elevated in people who have less sleep. And inflammation is not a good thing…it is linked to some benign states like the cold, but it is also related to more serious diseases: diabetes, high blood pressure, and even stroke.
Sleeping disorders cause an inbalance in the body: that means your body isn’t happy and therefore your mind isn’t happy too.
- ATHLETES ESPECIALLY NEED SLEEP
It seems that athletes who take care of themselves better, in the way they have a right sleeping rhythm, have more stamina for sports.
They are stronger and have a higher level of endurance than their colleagues who sleep less.
- SLEEPING IMPROVES CREATIVITY
While you sleep, your brain doesn’t. It “cleans the house” while you rest: it picks up your memories and experiences, reorganizes them making them firmer and compact and in this way it opens your mind to creativity.
You wake up filled with energy and ideas.
- SLEEPING IMPROVES CONCENTRATION
No matter do we talk about kids or adults; the result is the same: NO SLEEP- NO ATTENTION.
Children who sleep fewer hours tend to become hyperactive, restless and cannot concentrate on one task.
On the other hand, adults go to the opposite: they get slow, sleepy and cannot engage in work.
- SLEEPING= NO STRESS ZONE
Having a good night’s sleep seems to calm stressed people and lower their blood pressure.
People with heart diseases have to sleep enough for their heart to recover from daily activities no matter are they stressful or not.
- SLEEPING AND WEIGHT
People with weight problems who go on a diet have to watch out for their sleeping hours because of the fact (which was medically proved) that good night’s sleep helps to loose fat.
Brain affects metabolism, and if your sleep is balanced, your brain will make your metabolism work like a charm!