Sleep makes you feel better, but its importance goes way beyond just boosting your mood or banishing under-eye circles. Adequate sleep is a key part of a healthy lifestyle, and can benefit your heart, weight, mind, and more. Studies show that the gap between getting just enough sleep and getting too little sleep may affect your health, your mood and your weight.
Most probably need more and better sleep than they’re getting. Yet good quality sleep can be the first thing to be compromised when one’s overscheduled, overstressed, or suffering from depression. Following are a few points to remind you of how important it is to cultivate a better more satisfying sleep pattern.
- You’ll be in a great a mood. Nearly two thirds of people blame lack of sleep when they feel irritable. The lack of sleep and the ensuing tiredness is likely impacting on people’s judgment, problem-solving and creativity. Sleep more for a happier feeling.
- You’ll be more attractive. Regular shut-eye actually makes you look healthier and more attractive. Sleep deprivation affects your skin tone and overall body posture.
- You’re less likely to get ill. Lack of sleep can suppress your immune system, which makes you more vulnerable to infections. Add on those sleep hours to minimize the risk of catching a cold
- You’ll make better informed decisions. Though one may not always recognize it, one makes more mistakes on not enough sleep. To better help your concentration make sure you get enough night’s sleep.