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THE UPSIDE OF SLEEPING
What happens to your brain and body when you’re sleeping? While you know you’re resting and unconscious for 6, 7, or 8 hours, your brain is in fact still active and at work. Find out what goes on while you sleep and why it’s so important to your well-being to get some shut-eye.
You Do More In Your Sleep
Sleep actually improves your memory because it’s the time when the brain can process new experiences and knowledge, and organize and consolidate memories. Think of it this way: if you want to get an A (in a test or presentation), get some Zzzs as well.
Stress Levels and Moods Don’t Simply Just Swing
Today’s fast-paced lifestyle can cause some ‘wear and tear’ on your body and the primary health problem nowadays is stress. A good night’s sleep helps conserve energy and normalize the stress hormones that your body releases. The unhealthy combination of stress and sleeplessness could also lead to mood changes or irritability.
Be Kind to Your Body and Heart
Sleep helps repair your body and keep your heart healthy. Your body produces extra protein molecules while you’re sleeping, and these help mend your body at a cellular level. Sleep can also help keep blood pressure and cholesterol levels (which play a role in heart disease) lower because your cardiovascular system gets some rest.
Keep Those Extra Pounds at Bay
When your body is deprived of sleep, the normal hormone balances are interrupted and your appetite increases. That’s when you start craving for food high in calories, fats, and carbohydrates. Getting enough sleep will help you regulate the hormones that affect and control your appetite.
Do I Need A Sleeping Supplement?
Recent research indicates that sleep disorders are on the rise and that an estimated 75% of American adults experience sleeplessness a few times in a week (from the Atlantic Health System). Many sufferers of this condition don’t even know that sleeplessness is a problem. It’s a good thing that there are reliable over-the-counter sleep-aids like Sleepasil that can help give your body its much-deserved rest at the end of the day.
If you have trouble sleeping at night, answer the questions below to check if you are indeed suffering from a sleeping disorder.
- Do you lie awake in bed for half an hour or more before you finally fall asleep?
- Do you frequently wake up during the night for no apparent reason?
- Do you find that getting out of bed in the morning seems so difficult and more like a chore rather than a fresh new start?
- Do you constantly feel groggy or sleepy during the course of the day?
- Do you experience difficulties in concentrating on and performing tasks at work?
If you answered yes to most of these questions, it may be worth learning more about Sleepasil and how it may help you. For more serious sleeping problems, please consult a physician.