Getting sufficient quality sleep each night is essential for the health of our body and mind. We’re all familiar with the fatigue, irritability, and poor productivity the day after a late night or when we haven’t slept well. However, chronic lack of sleep has other negative health consequences.
When we are in a state of deep sleep, the body is able to rest, repair and heal. Sleep deprivation and poor sleep quality have been linked to high blood pressure, heart disease, memory loss, type-2 diabetes, low-immunity, anxiety and depression. A chronic lack of sleep is also associated with increased production of the hunger hormone ghrelin and impaired insulin sensitivity. This results in poor blood sugar control, weight gain and difficulty losing weight despite dieting and exercising. No matter how well you eat or exercise, if you aren’t getting quality sleep none of this will matter and your health will suffer.
For more detail information of why quality sleep is so important, read of blog article on "Why Quality Sleep Is Essential For Optimal Health"
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