Reasons to get better sleep.

1.       You’ll look better.  Sleep is a cheap and effective beauty treatment.  It helps to keep your skin healthy. 

2.       You’ll eat less.  Lack of sleep is connected with increased hunger and weight gain.  When a person is sleep deprived, they may eat more than 500 additional calories per day.

3.       You’ll make better Decisions.  Stumped?  You may want to sleep on it.  The fact that you’ve slept makes your decisions better.

4.       You can ease bad memories.  Sleep may help to take the edge off difficult emotional experiences.  Remember to try to get eight hours of sleep.  Too much sleep can also be unhealthy.

5.       You could learn better.  A research study asked more than 200 people to memorize some words.  Those who slept just after learning performed better than those who went a whole day before sleeping.  Studying at night, before sleep may benefit some people.

6.       You can be more organized.  Sleep-deprived people can’t focus very well.  A lot of things are cluttered in their lives and they find themselves less organized.

7.       You’ll have a better sex life.  Chronic sleep deprivation can take a mental toll that affects how people perceive their own attractiveness, in turn, sexual desire.

8.       You’ll exercise better.  Sleep can actually help with your athletic ability. 

9.       You’ll be easier to get along with.  Lack of sleep can take a toll on your personality.  People who don’t sleep well tend to over-escalate a problem.

10.   You will boost your immunity.  If you are run down, you’ll be more likely to pick up a bad cold.  It appears that disruptions of our sleep can influence our susceptibility to germs.

 

Reasons to get better sleep.

 

  1. 1.       You’ll look better.  Sleep is a cheap and effective beauty treatment.  It helps to keep your skin healthy. 
  2. 2.       You’ll eat less.  Lack of sleep is connected with increased hunger and weight gain.  When a person is sleep deprived, they may eat more than 500 additional calories per day.
  3. 3.       You’ll make better Decisions.  Stumped?  You may want to sleep on it.  The fact that you’ve slept makes your decisions better.
  4. 4.       You can ease bad memories.  Sleep may help to take the edge off difficult emotional experiences.  Remember to try to get eight hours of sleep.  Too much sleep can also be unhealthy.
  5. 5.       You could learn better.  A research study asked more than 200 people to memorize some words.  Those who slept just after learning performed better than those who went a whole day before sleeping.  Studying at night, before sleep may benefit some people.
  6. 6.       You can be more organized.  Sleep-deprived people can’t focus very well.  A lot of things are cluttered in their lives and they find themselves less organized.
  7. 7.       You’ll have a better sex life.  Chronic sleep deprivation can take a mental toll that affects how people perceive their own attractiveness, in turn, sexual desire.
  8. 8.       You’ll exercise better.  Sleep can actually help with your athletic ability. 
  9. 9.       You’ll be easier to get along with.  Lack of sleep can take a toll on your personality.  People who don’t sleep well tend to over-escalate a problem.
  10. 10.   You will boost your immunity.  If you are run down, you’ll be more likely to pick up a bad cold.  It appears that disruptions of our sleep can influence our susceptibility to germs.

 

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