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Why Sleep Matters

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The way you end today is the way you live tomorrow

Sleep is something that so many of us see as luxury to be enjoyed on the weekend, or something that we can chop and change when the mood takes us. While we know how tempting this way of thinking can be, we also know just how important a good night’s sleep can be.

Sleep allows your mind to recover

Everyone sleeps in cycles that range from anywhere from 90-120 minutes. During that period your brain cycles between different sleep states, working to rest and relax different parts of your mind. From memory and fact retention to comprehension and emotional processing, they all take place when you’ve drifted off to sleep. When you think about sleep like that, why would you ever want to settle for anything less than the very best?

Sleep lets your muscles heal

No matter whether you’re working out, getting over a long shift, or just maintaining your base level of fitness, sleep is crucial. During exercise and prolonged periods of movement your muscles become fatigued, ache, and tiny tears build up in your muscles. All of this is perfectly natural and is nothing to worry about; provided you give your body enough sleep at the end of each day. Cut corners and decide you can do without it and you’ll soon be experiencing chronic fatigue, pulled muscles, and a whole host of other energy-sapping conditions.

Sleep gives you space and perspective

If you’re always on and never switching off, you don’t really get to understand the world around you and take it all in. Good quality sleep is the part of the day that allows you to reset emotionally, understand the events of the day, and get away from everything else. If you invest in it with a little help from the experts you’ll feel the difference before you know it.

Sleep helps protect your long-term health

No one likes to hear it, but chronic conditions become so much more likely when you subject yourself to poor quality sleep. In fact, in just 3 nights you can have a noticeable decline in your mental health, ability to regulate your circadian rhythm, and your general feeling of wellbeing. If there was ever a reason to rethink how you approach sleep with a little help from our experts, this would be it.