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Having Trouble Sleeping?

Sleep

/slēp/

noun

A temporary state of rest during which an individual becomes physically inactive and unaware of the surrounding environment and many bodily functions slow.


Sleep, though it may seem like such a basic thing to do, is actually quite a complex process. It directly affects how you function throughout the day. Not only do you spend one-third of your life sleeping, but it's also just as important as food and water for survival. Does that put its importance into perspective?


Not getting enough quality sleep affects your daily routine. At first, it may not seem like it is, but then you start having problems concentrating, your memory becomes cloudy, and all of a sudden, health risks begin to develop. Generally, adults need seven to nine hours a night of sleep.

This helps keep a strong immune system as well!


They say people who have trouble sleeping always have their switch "on". These people have constant thoughts racing through their minds. When it's time to unwind and settle down, there's still scenarios and worries playing in their head. Emotions play a big role in sleep.


Tips for better sleep




Listen to your body. Take naps when you need to. Disconnect when necessary. It's all for your health.


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