Getting a good night's rest is essential for your health. If you sleep less than seven hours per night regularly, you're putting every system in your body at risk. For instance, you may face brain fog, anxiety, depression, obesity and high blood pressure. Tossing and turning for prolonged periods of time can lead to more severe issues, including sleep apnea, diabetes or heart disease.
Did you know that if a person has an average lifespan, which is around 72.6 years, that individual will have had around 229,000 hours of sleep? That is around one-third of your life. Many people don't spend much time thinking about how they can improve their sleep and overall health. It's important to have a mattress and a bedtime routine where you know you'll get the best night's rest. Sleep is restorative and gives your brain and body time to regain energy while promoting the natural healing process.