We often hear everybody around us saying; you should have a “Good Sleep” or a “Healthy Sleep.” Wonder, what contributes to healthy sleep? Well, yes, first is, we all know very well “A sound, restful and peaceful sleep.” But when will you get a sound sleep? When you declutter your mind or rather shut down and log off completely with the outer world. You should feel that you are in a meditative state. We remove clutter from our room, wardrobe, and our home; why can’t we practice the same with our mind. The second is 7 to 8 hours of sleep. This, of course, varies depending upon individuals, but yes, it is an important part. Whether you are taking an afternoon nap or a good night’s sleep, the total number of hours of sleep plays a vital role in living a healthy lifestyle.
Unfortunately, sleep deprivation and insomnia are very common these days among young adults, caused due to long working hours, increased screen time, use of gadgets, excess intake of caffeine, alcohol, etc.
Today, everybody emphasizes having good and healthy sleep. Apart from exercising or maintaining a good and healthy diet routine, sound sleep is essential for you to incorporate into your healthy lifestyle. And as the saying goes, “Health is Wealth” a proper balance of all three is a key to better mental and physical health.
Taking charge for your own betterment; let’s see why it is crucial to have a healthy sleep and why you should focus more on it before it triggers any major diseases; whether acute or chronic.
- When you sleep, it’s not only the body that gets repaired. Your mind and soul also needs rest to improve your focus and planning abilities.
- It helps in reducing and maintaining weight if you are on your weight loss journey.
- It improves the digestion process and helps you to get rid of bloating.
- Your skin, hair quality improves with the right and proper amount of sleep.
Finally, you will feel fresh, and your productivity and energy levels will be high the next day.