Sleep is an essential part of your life. Due to the pressures of life, people tend to ignore the importance of sleep. Insufficient sleep can cause you problems like depression and even cardiovascular diseases. During sleep, your memory strengthens because it consolidates what you acquired during the day and stores them permanently. Some illnesses may affect your sleep pattern; hence you should see a doctor who will prescribe appropriate therapy to improve your sleep pattern, therefore saving you from disorders that may result from poor sleep. These are the benefits of getting enough sleep:
Everyone is interested in improving their health, but few people understand the nuances that come with boosting your well-being. Instead of focusing on large sweeping changes to your life that are difficult to maintain, it’s vital that you start focusing on small practical changes that are easier to adopt and integrate into your lifestyle.
In this video, Dr. Raj Dasgupta answers questions about COVID-19 and sleep submitted by the public to the American Academy of Sleep Medicine. Dr. Dasgupta covers topics such as CPAP use at home, cleaning CPAP, ventilators, and medication usage.
When thinking about the amount of sleep you get nightly, you may feel that poor sleep is directly the result of a flat pillow or a dated mattress. While these are common causes of poor sleep, these are not the only reasons why you may not be getting a good night's rest. All too often, the quality of sleep we get is based on simple things. Consider starting with these cost-effective adjustments to your nightly habits before investing in a high-priced new mattress.