Pretty literally every blog, magazine, and medical journal you read will tell you in no uncertain terms how important a good night’s rest is to your health. Persistent and occasional insomnia has been linked to a huge number of very real health risks, including:
- healthy brain function
- emotional wellbeing and mood
- metabolic health and weight regulation
- blood sugar levels and insulin sensitivity
- hormone regulation
- circulatory health
- growth and development
- immune system function
Sleep deficiency is a much bigger problem than just hiding those ever-present bags under your eyes. But for many of us, a “good night’s sleep” is easier said than done.
There are a number of factors that can contribute to insomnia and sleep deficiency...