Sleep is precious. The National Sleep Foundation recommends that adults aim to get seven to nine hours of sleep each night. Sleep allows our minds and bodies to recharge so that we can make good decisions and so that our bodies can function, and it helps to prevent disease. There are so many benefits to sleep, and yet there are many people who don't sleep enough. Sometimes, people don't prioritize sleep because they feel that their time can be better spent doing other things. More people struggle with sleep—falling asleep or staying asleep—which could be due to many internal and external factors.