I can attest to this! Sleep is crucial to health.
In today’s world of go-go-go attitudes, many people don’t find time to get a full night of sleep. After a short night of sleep we all feel the effects: drowsiness, a lack of energy and just not feeling up to our full potential. But what other effects are caused by not enough sleep?
Recently the New York Times published the article “Cheating Ourselves of Sleep,” in which they discuss the many harmful effects of the lack of a full night of sleep:
“Research shows that most people require seven or eight hours of sleep to function optimally. Failing to get enough sleep night after night can compromise your health and may even shorten your life. From infancy to old age, the effects of inadequate sleep can profoundly affect memory, learning, creativity, productivity and emotional stability, as well as your physical health.”
To see the full article click HERE.
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