The Power of Sleep | TIME

“Getting the recommended seven to eight hours each night can improve concentration, sharpen planning and memory skills and maintain the fat-burning systems that regulate our weight. If every one of us slept as much as we’re supposed to, we’d all be lighter, less prone to developing Type 2 diabetes and most likely better equipped to battle depression and anxiety. We might even lower our risk of Alzheimer’s disease, osteoporosis and cancer.” 

via The Power of Sleep | TIME.

More support for why I call Sleep Health Essential #1.

And puhlease note research shows that pharmaceuticals do NOT induce the kind of sleep that they’re talking about, the kind that heals and restores.


Need practical suggestions to get a good night’s sleep? I’ve got plenty of them here!

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