World Sleep Day 2019: Five surprising reasons to get more sleep
Updated On : 15 Mar 2019,01:58 PM
World Sleep day is observed to mark the importance of a ‘sound’ and ‘healthy’ sleep. Not only does a good sleep help retain information and perform better on memory tasks our body all require long periods of sleep in order to restore and rejuvenate, to grow muscle, repair tissue, and synthesize hormones. Plus, you also avoid a cranky morning. Below are some of the reason why you need those few hours of extra sleep:
A good sleep help boost the mood, lessening the risk of depression, panic disorders and more.
Sleep plays a big part in both learning and memory. For a sharper brain a good sleep is a must.
Sleep gives you a healthier heart because while you sleep, your blood pressure goes down, giving your heart and blood vessels a bit of a rest.
Sleep helps balance your weight control because you're well-rested, you're less hungry.
Sleep helps maintain blood sugar and a lesser chance to get type 2 diabetes.