Is Lack of Sleep Affecting YOUR Health?

Sleep is one of the most important parts of your daily routine, and yet a large percentage of us are missing out on an average of 2 hours worth of much needed shut eye. Everyone is different, so although the recommended number is 8 hours, some people need a little more, others need a little less.

Did you know that pushing bedtime back a bit later could be having more of an effect on your health than you realise?

Lack of sleep has been linked to a suppressed immune system, decreased concentration levels, decreased memory ability and a more irritable mood compared with those that get a full, undisturbed nights’ sleep.

Did you also know that many of us have got into bad habits that decrease our quality of sleep?

One of the biggest culprits is bright lights. This could be a light from an electrical device in the bedroom or it could be that you watch tv or use your phone right before you settle down to sleep.

Have a look here to see a complete guide on how you can get the best quality of sleep to help you stay refreshed and alert during the day and let us know whether you notice a difference after changing your sleeping habits!