Are you a morning person or do you struggle
every single morning to pull yourself out of the cloud that you
Everyone would rather catch a few extra hours in
bed after a long day, trust us, but getting a good night's sleep
can have so many benefits. Getting into bed earlier every night and
treating yourself to a good quality can help you massively in the
long run. Don't believe us? See below for yourself!
Better health: more sleep may not
guarantee immunity from disease, however studies have found a
correlation between a lack of sleep and serious health risks.
What's more, tired eyes may miss the little things that might have
made your day that little bit brighter.
Improve memory: your mind is busier
than you think whilst sleeping, practicing and strengthening skills
from your time awake, which will improve the day after your
Stress relief: sleeping is meant to be a process of
complete relaxation for the mind and body. However, for some of us
our daily routines and working life can really take its toll.
Exploring relaxation techniques may result in a longer and more
comfortable night's sleep. Our bodies react to less sleep by
becoming tense and put on high alert with a risk of high blood
pressure and ultimately fatal health risks.
Smiles all round: more sleep
creates a happier you, with more energy and patience for the people
surrounding you and for the day ahead.
Healthy heart: we all know how it
feels to love somebody or to be loved. However, try to love
yourself… by sleeping a little longer. This will help to maintain a
healthy heart whilst reducing your stroke risk.
Improve your concentration:
struggling to focus on a task in work or at home? Do
you find yourself gazing out the window when you should be
concentrating? If this is a regular occurrence, you may want to try
having a few extra hours' sleep. For your brain to function well,
sleep is vital!
- Aches and Pains: more sleep can reduce your suffering and less
sleep can cause a low pain threshold. More sleep = happy body