How Sleep Helps The Body To Heal

While you’re dreaming away, your body is actually hard at work healing and repairing itself so that you wake up feeling stronger and healthier.

With fewer demands on your body when you sleep, it has time to recover from the stresses of the day and perform restorative tasks that reset your energy, hormone, and stress levels.


Is Snoring Affecting Your Partner’s Sleep?

Poor sleep can have a major effect on the life of a snorer’s partner including feeling tired, irritable, moody and burnout. It can also affect their ability to concentrate and be productive during their working day.

Snoring can also result in relationship strain and even deep resentment. Partners tend to blame the snorer for preventing them from getting good shuteye, while snorers resent their partner for making an issue out of their snoring and for the elbow in the ribs during the night to stop the snoring.


The Long Term Benefits of Sleep Start Now!

But our go-go-go lifestyles and the temptations of technology often keep us from surrendering to sleep even when our bodies and brains beg for it. This imbalance of sleep and wakefulness has a price to pay, both short and long-term, and the consequences are evident in the current global epidemic of sleep deficiency.

When you don’t get enough sleep for even one night, you wake up groggy, craving coffee and likely have trouble focusing throughout the day.


The Day-To-Day Benefits of Sleep

Sleep is often seen as a luxury rather than a necessity in today’s fast-paced world. Not only are we plugged in 24/7, we’re driven by deadlines and a fear of missing out so there’s always something better or more urgent that needs doing.

But getting a good night’s sleep can make all the difference to our day-to-day lives. It can have a tremendous impact on our performance at work, school, or gym. It also affects how we interact with those around us. From mood stability and concentration to immune health and muscle recovery, sleep is vital to waking life.