Five Reasons Why Sleep is Imperative

Five Reasons Why Sleep is Imperative

One of the best things we can do for ourselves is get enough sleep. Yet, in the U.S., 50% of adults don’t get enough sleep, and 70% of teenagers are sleep deprived!

In America, we value productivity and play so highly, that we tend to dismiss the value of rejuvenation.  Some of us think sleep is a waste of time.   We might have a youthful optimism about sleep. We often stay up later than we should, and fool ourselves into believing we will be fine, yet the consequences of sleep deprivation can be dire!

Most of us are aware of the more immediate symptoms of sleep deprivation.   We don’t react as quickly, think as well, it can be harder to concentrate, it can make us moody and irritable.   And the more tired we are, the more susceptible we are to falling asleep. If we are operating heavy machinery, like a car, that could have dire consequences.

Interestingly, research shows that after 3 days of sleep deprivation, we seem to lose the awareness that we are sleep deprived. Unbeknownst to us, our judgment becomes impaired. We seem to settle into a new normal and deceive ourselves into thinking weTired Business man are fine, despite the fact that we are still experiencing the same symptoms!

If we survive the short-term effects of sleep deprivation, over the long term, we are increasing our accumulative stress burden and our risk of chronic diseases, and destroying our brain.

These are my five most compelling reasons for getting a good night’s sleep.

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A Deficiency MOST OF US Have, But Don’t Know About

A Deficiency MOST OF US Have, But Don’t Know About

If you have pain, having trouble sleeping or an autoimmune disorder, has your doctor ever discussed the possibility that you might have a magnetic field deficiency?

Probably not.

Yet a magnetic field deficiency could a underlie a huge range of symptoms associated with auto-immune disorders as well as problems with mental and cognitive health such as depression, anxiety and ADHD.

And in fact, ongoing research in Japan since the 1950’s has shown using magnets that exposure to magnetism is essential for our well-being.

So why do most of us have a magnetic field deficiency? 

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