A Good Night’s Sleep Isn’ta Luxury; It’s a Necessity

It is reported that we sleep less than we used to. There are too many distractions and we have developed bad habits. However bad sleep habits and sleep disorders are bringing forth a new set of health problems and risky behavior.

Some use alcohol in hopes of inducing sleep; in fact, it disrupts sleep. Add to this list a host of sleep-robbing health issues, like painful arthritis, diabetes, depression, anxiety, sleep apnea, hot flashes in women and prostate enlargement in men.

Sleeping between 7-8 hours at night could help in concentrating better, increased productivity, healthier immune system and good looks. Another advantage would be fewer pounds as you get less chance of divulging into snacking.

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