New York – Sleep is very important for our health as during sleep our brain clears toxic materials, , repair cells, and many more things.
It improves our mood and eyes to prevent dark circles. Appropriate sleep is an important part of healthy lifestyle. Here are some health benefits researchers have discovered about a good night’s sleep.
1. Improve memory
When you are asleep, your mind is too bus. During sleep you can strengthen memories or “practice” skills learned while you were awake (it’s a process called consolidation)
2. Live Longer
Too much or too little sleep can shorten your lifespan, although it’s not clear if it’s a cause or effect. (Illnesses may affect sleep patterns too.).
3. Spur Creativity
Good night sleep boosts creativity, In addition to consolidating memories, or making them stronger, your brain appears to reorganize and restructure them, which may result in more creativity as well.
4. Be a Winner
If you’re an athlete, there may be one simple way to improve your performance is sleep. A Stanford University study found that college football players who tried to sleep at least 10 hours a night for seven to eight weeks improved their average sprint time and had less daytime fatigue and more stamina.
5. Improvement in academic performance
From 10 to 16 year old children who are snoring during sleep, or other respiratory problems, are more likely to have problems with attention and learning,
6. Sharpen Attention
Lack of sleep can make children prone to autism -like symptoms. Lack of sleep makes children were more likely to be hyperactive, inattentive, and impulsive.
7. Healthy Weight
If you are looking to lose weight then you have to get used to sleeping early. University of Chicago study found that dieters who were well rested lost more fat — 56 percent of their weight loss — than those who were sleep deprived,.
8. Lower Stress
Sleep reduces stress and blood pressure control is even better. It’s also believed that sleep effects cholesterol levels, which plays a significant role in heart disease.
9. Avoiding accidents
According to a report fatigue sufferers are biggest victim of traffic accidents. Lack of sleep just for one night affects driving ability.
10. Steer Clear Of Depression
Sleeping well means more to our overall well-being than simply avoiding irritability. A good night’s sleep can really help a moody person decrease their anxiety. You get more emotional stability with good sleep.
11. Curb Inflammation
Inflammation is linked to heart disease, stroke, diabetes, arthritis, and premature aging. Research indicates that people who get less sleep — six or fewer hours a night — have higher blood levels of inflammatory proteins than those who get more.