Good Sleep, Good Life!

A healthy and good sleep cycle contributes greatly to your overall health and wellbeing – both physical and mental. The benefits of sleep are unparalleled when it comes to managing your stress better, amping up your energy levels, gives your body some much needed downtime and lastly, does wonders for your skin.

In today’s edition of Simpli-Phy, we are highlighting the importance of good sleep and why is it necessary.

#1 Good sleep improves immunity

The Phy Life- Good Sleep Improves Immunity

While you’re sleeping your body is producing extra protein molecules that can strengthen your ability to fight infections. If you’re feeling a bit run down and don’t want to fall sick, go to bed early and get lots of good sleep.

#2 Sleep helps you maintain your weight

The Phy Life- Sleep maintains your weight

One of the benefits of sleep includes keeping your weight under control, by regulating the hormones that affect your appetite and reducing your cravings for high calorie foods. Good sleep is great for healthy weight loss.

#3 Sleep reduces stress 

The Phy Life- Sleep Reduces Stress

If your body doesn’t get enough sleep, it can react by producing an elevated level of stress hormones. Have a good sleep, uninterrupted of course to help regulate your stress levels leading to better mental health.

#4  Good sleep makes you smarter 

The Phy Life- Sleep Makes You Smarter

Along with a great night’s sleep, grabbing a power nap when you have time. can contribute towards making your brain more effective and productive, leading to improved focus and concentration.

#5  Sleep can be a painkiller

The Phy Life- Sleep Can be a Painkiller

If you’re suffering pain from a recent injury like a sprained ankle, after an intense workout sesh, getting good sleep can actually make it hurt less.

Sleep is good, good sleep is even better. While not always you’ll be able to sleep like a baby, uninterrupted for all 8 hours, it might help to create a sleeping pattern. Eating a light meal, drinking water, a skincare session with some self-pampering and hitting the sack around the same time can help. If you need help counting sheep, pick up a book or listen to some calming music.

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