Sleep is an essential part of your daily routine. It directly influences your physical, mental, and emotional well-being. It is vital for brain functions, cardiovascular health, detoxification, immunity, digestion, and more. Research has shown that chronic lack of sleep can increase the risk of high blood pressure, cardiovascular disease, diabetes, memory loss, depression, imbalanced hormone production, weight gain, and diabetes.
A third of American adults do not get do not regularly get enough sleep. For many, the idea of getting a restful night of sleep seems unachievable. Our sleep quality is actually determined largely by lifestyle choices we make throughout the day. By optimizing our daily habits for a healthy sleep cycle, we can teach our bodies how to get deep and rejuvenating sleep.