Sleep is a vital part of our daily health. It's how we recharge our bodies and minds, where we find peace from the rigors of the day. Sleep, however, can be cut short or altogether elusive. In our hyper-connected world, we seem literally unable to unplug from the constant chatter over so many lines of communication. Our struggle to disconnect from our devices plays out in the form of our inability to disconnect from daily stress — in our beds.
When we get less sleep than what is personally optimal, our health suffers: we are more irritable and anxious; we find ourselves mentally clouded; and our performance suffers at work and school. When sleep deprivation persists over the longer-term, however, we're at greater risk for diabetes, high blood pressure, heart disease and depression. Not getting enough sleep can also put you at risk for being overweight or obese.
Whether you're looking to practice better sleep hygiene or are trying to find ways to settle into — or stay — sleeping, we can help you understand what your body needs, and also, where to find a sleep solution.
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