Feeling underslept? 68 million Americans are. But a bad night’s sleep doesn’t just make for an awful morning. It makes for an awful week. Month. Year. And the impact on our health is larger and worse than we might think.
Sleep insufficiency has been linked to auto crashes, industrial disasters, and medical and other occupational errors.
It increases the mortality and the risk of chronic diseases like hypertension, diabetes, depression, obesity, and cancer, and it reduces quality of life and productivity.
Inadequate sleep can even slow weight loss, lead to weight gain and muscle loss, and reduce testosterone levels.
Furthermore, a poor sleep destroys GH production. Poor GH production results in a whole list of things you don’t want - even poorer sleep being one of them.
The bottom line is that your sleep hygiene is like your diet—it’s either working for you or against you, regardless of whether you realize it.
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