The Importance of Sleep

How Much Sleep

Importance of Sleep

  • Have trouble concentrating and remembering.
  • Sometimes lose your sense of humor.
  • Work in a stressful environment.
  • Are tempted to doze in boring meetings.
  • Hit the snooze button repeatedly in the morning.
  • Have reduced immunity to disease and viral infections.
  • Feel chilled.
  • Struggle to get out of bed in the morning.
  • Have mood shifts, feel depressed or irritable.
  • Experience weight gain.
  • Fall asleep watching TV.
  • Sleep late on weekends.
  • Struggle to get out of bed in the morning.
  • Think that a Saturday afternoon nap is a necessity, not just a luxury.


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Brainpower suffers from a bad night's sleep—that's a fact. Research shows that your ability to problem-solve and learn, to think clearly and respond quickly, is directly influenced by adequate sleep, or the lack thereof. Job performance and productivity are also affected. Proper sleep isn't just essential for a healthy body, but for a healthy mind as well.

Mood and attitude are affected not so much by getting up on the wrong side of the bed as by getting up from the wrong bed. An uncomfortable mattress and a poor night's sleep can leave you depressed, stressed, and tired at the start of the day—and, it goes downhill from there.

The aging process brings new sleep problems. Hips, shoulders and knees, as well as the spine, require special attention. Menopause brings a unique set of sleep problems to women. Age-related problems such as these are directly addressed by the special design and properties of this sleep system. Good healthful rest can actually retard the aging process.

Renewal for your body is what sleep is all about. Wake up renewed and enjoy a great day, with more energy, better overall health, a better attitude and fewer aches and pains—all thanks to your comfortable sleep system and the excellent night's sleep it provides.

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