In honor of World Mental Health day, Alaska Sleep Clinic invites you to take a minute to educate yourself about how mental health and sleep health are connected on every level.
Mental health and sleep are often intertwined. Even if you sleep every night, too little or poor quality sleep can compromise your ability to think clearly and be mentally productive. If you're already dealing with anxiety, depression or other mental health concerns, then healthy sleep may be challenging to get on a regular basis. Check out the facts below regarding the relationship between mental illness and sleep to see if you could be getting a better night’s rest.
Outside the normal snoring or heartburn, sometimes sleeping through the night can be a challenge. If you are experiencing an unusual high amount of stress, journaling can be the answer to start piecing together with your doctor before taking the next step with a sleep study.
Alaska Sleep Clinic is honored to be featured in a blog article written by Mottram Hall, the UK's first Alfresco Thermospace Spa. Mottram Hall reached out to ASC to find out how vital sleep is in preventing mental burnout and achieving a healthy lifestyle.