Unless you’re supplying your body with a healthy amount of sleep (6-8 hours a night) you risk impacting your immune system and reducing your body’s metabolic function. Abnormalities in the brain, as well as your cardiovascular and nervous systems can also occur as a consequence of sleep deprivation, so don’t neglect the importance of a good night’s rest.
Stress is the number one cause of short-term sleep deprivation, but don’t overlook the effects of your sleeping environment. Factors such as room temperature, eating habits and caffeine consumption can have a significant bearing on the quality of your nights sleep.
Come along to our next available work shop and start making a difference to your quality of life through sleep.