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Benefits of sleeping early

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Every day and every night I plan to go to bed early. But it is very difficult to force myself to bed. We all know that going to bed early and waking up early has many health benefits. But as life has gotten tougher and we have become busy with our day to day activities, we often neglect the importance of proper night sleep.

Here are a few health benefits of sleeping early  that would encourage you to actually go to bed early.

Do you know that when you go to bed late, your body may have a high BP and your risks and chances of having a heart diseases increases? Your heart would stay healthy if you get enough sleep.

Not only does a proper night’s sleep keep you fresh all day but it also helps relieve stress at many levels and make you more attentive, and keeps and makes you feel more active.

Good night sleep improves your thought processes and also improves you memory.

Proper early sleep works to improve your body’s routine cycle and helps in protecting and preventing you from different life threatening diseases caused by stress.

When you sleep early, you’ll wake up early and it is quite obvious that you get time for yourself. In this extra time, you can eat your breakfast which is very important for proper health. You will also find time for jogging and exercise.

Proper sleep will make you more creative, your capabilities would be increased and you will do things more nicely.

Sleeping for eight to ten hours help you maintain your metabolic rate and also your weight.


Written by Jayne

August 19th, 2013 at 12:16 pm

Do you get enough sleep?

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Sleep is very important to the human body and when one is deprived of it, many problems to the body could occur as well as various complications in extreme cases. Again, the amount of sleep as well as the quality is very important and might vary from one person to another. Some of the side-effects and complications as a result of sleep deprivation include:

(a) General irritability, weakness in your muscles, your speech will become slurred and will also experience some blurred vision as well as headaches every now and then.

(b) Your risk for heart diseases, stroke, diabetes and other cardiovascular diseases is greatly increased for those that continually have problems with sleep. Those that do not get the proper amount of sleep that their body requires.

(c) There will be a decrease in your productivity and in your alertness is another major side-effect of sleep deprivation. Your ability to stay alert will be compromised hence reducing your productivity as our daily activities are concerned. Some of the mistakes that we do and accidents that occur could have been avoided if we had gotten quality sleep.

(d) Your immunity and entire defense system of your body is at great risk whenever we are deprived of sleep making you prone to diseases as the threshold for sickness is low.

(a) It has been found that some of the mental problems are as a results of continually sleep deprivation and so psychiatrists would thoroughly examine the client as well as get to know how much of sleep the client gets on a daily basis.

(b) In children that have less sleep over time, disease conditions like hyperactive and attention deficit hyperactive disorders could develop. Their attention span and activity will be affected greatly by the amount of sleep they get and so it is important that the caregivers ensure that our kids get the most sleep essential for their age requirement.

(c) The worst complication is when some of our bodily functions are shut down as a result if a defense mechanism from continuous sleep deprivation leading to a condition called sleep deprived coma.

In conclusion; sleep on its own is therapeutic as well as prophylactic to the human person and so everyone should get the most out of it.


Written by Greg

March 11th, 2013 at 4:54 pm