Sleep is a physiological state, it is vitally important for the normal functioning of humans’ organisms. People, who sleep the same number of hours at night, live longer than those whose duration of sleep always changes. Capacity for work, well-being and health depend on proper sleep organization.
We spend an average of 25 years of our lives in sleep. Quite a few, right? It’s not only interesting but also important to know how to sleep properly and how to get the maximum benefits from this process.
When go to bed
Optimal bedtime is no later than 12 a.m. A body produces large amounts of melatonin (the hormone that is responsible for deep and restful sleep) from 12 a.m. to 5 a.m. After such sleep a person feels rested, refreshed and ready for new discoveries in the world. In addition, melatonin normalizes blood pressure, slows the aging processes, improves the immune system, has an antitumor effect, improves the work of brain cells and enhances sexual activity.
The brain learns the information collected during the day when you sleep. The human body cures disease and depression in the dream state. The organism accumulates power for a new day due to slowing the metabolism.
Not getting enough sleep consequences
In order to avoid these consequences you should:
It is also necessary to say that life sometimes puts us in situations in which a person is forced to sleep a little. Typically, such periods do not last long. After that it is vital important to restore the physical and emotional forces. In such cases, as well as during diseases a long sleep is a medicine.
About the Author:
Stacy Green is creative writer and blogger. Currently she takes paert-time job at dissertation writing services. As happy mother and wife, she prefers blogging about family relationship, travelling, dietology and health.
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