A good sleep = A healthy brain
Everyone deserves to wake up fresh and happy. This gives us the ammunition to get ready and face the world. Sadly, in this modern world, only a minority gets good sleep. But, the good news is that good sleep is still well within reach for most of us.
Sleep plays a vital role in rewarding us with good health and well-being throughout your life. Quality sleep protects our mental and physical health; it drives us towards a life of fulfillment and safety. Most often, our wake-up mood depends on how well we've slept. While we are asleep, our body works towards supporting the brain to function effectively. This helps maintain our physical health. For children and teenagers, sleep also helps support their growth and development.
Sleep helps our brain work efficiently. While we're asleep, our brain prepares for the next day. It forms new pathways to help us learn and remember information, effectively.
Why is sleep important?
Sleep deficiency may result in drastic damages like a car accident; it can also cause harm, overtime. An on-going sleep deficiency can make you prone towards chronic health problems – it can affect your thinking, reading, working and learning patterns. It also affects your tolerance towards others.
Studies show that a good night's sleep improves learning patterns – irrespective of what you are learning. It can be math, piano, batting, or driving; a good sleep pattern makes a lot of difference. Sleep helps enhance your problem-solving skills and improves your attention span. It empowers you to be creative and make the right decisions at the right time. Sleep deficiency alters the functionality of certain parts of the brain. It can lead to depression, suicide, and other life-risking behaviors.
- Do you have problems getting along with others?
- Are you impulsive - do you get angry very often?
- Do you experience mood swings, sadness and depression, and a lack of motivation?
- Are you gaining weight, abnormally?
- Do you have lower attention spans?
If your answers to the above questions are mostly 'yes', you definitely need to work on your sleeping pattern. When it comes to sleep, it’s not just the quantity that matters - the quality is equally important. Healthacation helps maintain your “sleep hygiene" - we give you tips to maximize the hours you spend sleeping. Our tips work wonders even for those of you suffering from insomnia, jet lag, or even if you are working in various shifts. We help you get in sync with your body’s natural sleep-wake cycle, or circadian rhythm.