It is the desire of every human being to have a peaceful sleep after a tiring day’s work, the heart wants our sleep to be comfortable and peaceful without any disturbance.
A good night’s sleep not only improves your mood, but also prevents the appearance of dark circles around the eyes, but adequate sleep is good for everything, including your heart, weight, and mind.
Your mind is surprisingly busy during sleep, consolidating memories or practicing skills you learn while awake.
According to New York University research, when you learn something new, your performance improves after waking up from a good night’s sleep.
Too much or too little sleep can cause a shortened lifespan. According to a 2010 Howard University study of women aged 50 to 79, women who slept less than 5 hours or more than 7 hours a night had a higher death rate.
The reason for which is not yet clear, but it is estimated that the changes in the body system increase the risk of suffering from diabetes, blood pressure and heart diseases.
Body edema can lead to heart disease, stroke, diabetes, joint disease and premature aging, according to a study by Emory University in the US, people who sleep 6 hours or less a night have a higher blood volume of body edema. The amount of the causative protein increases, resulting in a heart attack.
According to a joint study by Howard University and Boston College, if you paint or write something after a good night’s sleep, your mind performs creatively better because the brain strengthens memory during sleep. It also restructures them resulting in increased creativity.
Children between the ages of 10 and 16 who have short sleep periods or suffer from any type of disorder such as shortness of breath or snoring face difficulty concentrating and learning during school.
According to a 2010 study published in the medical journal Sleep, insufficient sleep results in worse test results.