Insomnia

Think staying up all night studying for exams is the best way to be successful at school? Think again.

Sleep is very important in maintaining overall wellness. When you sleep, your body is given the chance to focus on recovering, which is essential to achieving and maintaining great health. Sleep restores balance to the nervous system and brain, and allows for healing, repairing, and rebalancing body chemistry.

Lack of sleep can cause a decrease in energy, inability to concentrate or perform tasks, mood swings, digestive problems, decreased metabolic activity in the brain, and suppressed immune systems.

The average person needs between 8 and 10 hours of sleep every night. The best way to find out how much sleep you require is simply to listen to your own body.

Remedies for Sleep