Sleep is a vital, often neglected, component of every person’s overall health and well-being.
Good sleep allows your mind to regain focus and tackle those tricky mental challenges. It stimulates creativity.
Sleep is linked to several brain functions, including: • concentration • productivity • cognition
Children’s sleep patterns can have a direct impact on their behavior and academic performance.
When a person does not sleep long enough, it can interfere with their body’s ability to regulate food intake correctly.
During sleep, your body repairs the damage caused by stress, ultraviolet rays and other harmful exposure, as well as muscle injuries and other traumas.
Other benefits include: • better workout intensity • energy boost • better body coordination • faster body response