A vital indicator of overall health and well-being
We spend up to one-third of our lives asleep.
Sleep is not only comforting but is also essential for our normal cognitive functioning and for our survival.
Sleep is a critical time for overall body healing, regulation, and restoration.
Disordered sleep can affect blood pressure, heart rate, mental status, hormonal and immunological function, and a host of other critical aspects of our normal physiology.
Healthy sleep is a vital building block for wellness and optimal performance.
Sleep plays a huge role in our ability to process subconscious thought, think creatively, and make complex decisions. It’s important to experience all stages of sleep, especially deep sleep (stages 3 and 4) for mental processing.
Benefits of Sleep:
- heart health
- immune system
- cognitive function
- cancer risk
- energy levels
- life span