How Important Is Sleep?

More than ever, our sleep is disrupted. Now, inside our *connected* homes, with our multiple digital devices automatically connected to the internet, we seem to have the tendency to check updates and news. As a result, when we think we are already in bed resting, our brains are actually still working… in fact actively working.


The effects, over time, are dangerous to our overall health:

  1. Less than 5 hours of sleep disables our glial cells to clean up the toxins that our neurons produce.
  2. Majority of people rely on sleep to recuperate and without 7-9 hours of sleep people lose ability to think through problems.
  3. Loss of focus, attention.
  4. Impaired memory.
  5. Insulin is affected and you gain weight.




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