Sleep, some of us love it and others hate it. Some of us are night owls and others early birds. We all differ when it comes to our sleeping routine and you need to find what works for you.
Getting in enough sleep is very important. It is not always as easy as it sounds, as life usually tends to prohibit you from getting enough sleep. Do yourself a favour and try setting up a sleep routine. And average adult should get about 6-8 hours of sleep daily. If you go to bed and wake up at the same time every day your body will make the most out of those hours as it is able to prepare itself beforehand. A sleep routine even helps when you get less than 6 hours sleep a day.
Getting enough sleep and sticking to a sleep routine can help:
- Improve your memory. You brains stays busy even when you’ve gone to sleep. During this time your brain processes and stores information you have gathered during that day.
- Improve creative thinking. During sleep your brain recognise and restructures memories, which can result in more creative thinking.
- Improve physical performance. A study from Stanford University found that athletes that sleep about 10 hours every night for about a week, improved their average sprint time and improved their stamina.
- Improve attention. A lack of sleep wil make you feel tired and foggy. If you get enough sleep your brain is able to process information quicker.
- Reduce weight gain. Sleep deprivation can cause an increase in hunger, that is why you tend to get hungry again after 11 o’clock at night.
- Lower stress and anxiety. Sleep gives the body and mind time to rest and process the events of the day. If you are sleep deprived your mind and body becomes over loaded with information and issues, making the stress and anxiety worse.
To improve your life, opt for Ozone Therapy. Ozone Therapy has show to reduce insomnia and improve sleep. Ozone Therapy will also reduce stress & anxiety, improve blood circulation, increase cellular respiration, strengthen the immune system, increase oxygen in the body and kill viruses and bacteria.
Will you be hitting the hay a bit more?