Some of us take on so much that there aren’t enough hours in the day to handle it all. And because of this, more people suffer from a lack of sleep. The mind is always racing. You toss and turn and before you know it, the alarm clock is not your friend. So many times you wonder how the night got away. You go to work cranky and tired with little energy. Doctors say we need to get between 7-9 hours of sleep each night in order to function at our best. If you are constantly waking up every hour, tossing and turning most of the night, or it’s taking you hours after lying in the bed before you fall asleep; you need to know the importance of sleep.
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Sleep disorders are linked to other chronic ailments such as hypertension, diabetes, anxiety, and depression. Furthermore, having poor sleep quality reduces your productivity, concentration, mental clarity, and overall energy level. Many people need caffeine or another stimulant in order to function properly. Ignoring sleep problems and disorders can damage your physical health and lead to weight gain, accidents, impaired job performance, memory problems, and put a strain on your relationships. If you want to feel your best, stay healthy, and perform up to your potential, quality sleep is a necessity, not a luxury.