Busy schedules, stress, family, and medical issues can wreak havoc on your sleep schedule. Four common problems that arise from lack of needed sleep are depression, memory loss, weakened immune system, and a lower tolerance for pain. Now, recent research indicates that the health costs of sleep deprivation is greater than previously accepted with serious effects on our bodies.
Have trouble sleeping at night? Try a nap. A recent study followed a group of people on two different days. The first day the group was allowed to nap during the day, the second day they stayed awake all day.
Many people find it difficult to get a good sleep but simply don't want to take pharmaceutical sleep aids. If you're one of them, these simple steps mayhelp you get your rest without resorting to supplements and medications.