SLEEP DEPRIVATION HAS MEDICAL EFFECTS
Sleep deprivation causes medical concerns. Sleep is an essential natural daily need and must be acknowledged. Good night sleep is crucial to our health. Good sleep helps us to be energetic in the morning, focused, thinking rightly, looking fresh, and full of life. However, due to the pressure of work and family commitment, natural sleep patterns could be affected in most cases.
Good sleep is no different from body essentials such as breathing, eating and drinking, mental and daily physical health. Also, sleep and health work hand in hand to enhance the excellent state of mind and promote better health. Meanwhile, poor sleep can increase the chances of poor health, such as fertility, negative mental wellbeing. Above all, daily recognition of stress coming from lack of sleep, grumpiness and not working at your best. Regular poor sleep puts us at the risk of severe medical conditions, including obesity, heart disease, diabetes, high blood pressure, stroke, and it shortens our life expectancy.
Sleep deprivation can cause us lifestyle changes, and this can take time to implement. Once it is applied, then medical instability begins. It is not the length of time we sleep but the quality of the sleep. It was said 8-10 hours of sleep without the need of putting on the alarm, but to wake up by oneself, is the best sleep. Lack of adequate sleep as you already know causes puffy eyes, red, tired looking eyes and overall body tiredness, yarning and restless. A noisy environment should be well managed to allow a good sleep at any hour.
Take evening exercises; even 20-30 minutes evening walk would be beneficial. We cannot do without a good night sleep, and children should be taught to take early to bed routine practice.
It is an excellent practice to have a good rest after a long day of work. We must take the job off days solemn, using such days to rest after minimal home cleaning, shopping and washing. Off days are not met for extra earnings but to relax and recruit energy, looking fresh for another day at work. Our health is far way more important than any extras, of course, hard times is acknowledged, but if unexpected happened, all the extras would not be enough to pay for healthcare.
GOOD SLEEP GOOD HEALTH