Sleep is the one thing most people should get more of. According to a Gallup Poll, about 40% of Americans get less than the ideal amount of sleep in a day–averaging just 6.8 hours.
This is hardly surprising, however, given the hectic pace of modern life. From the workplace to the home, there’s an endless parade of tasks to finish. It’s unfortunate, though, that when short on time, sleep is the first thing that is sacrificed. But, if you knew more of the many benefits of sleeping, perhaps you’d want to get more of it.
Studies have shown that lack of sleep can increase your likelihood of developing heart disease, obesity, and diabetes, among other serious ailments. Indeed, the longer you sleep, the better your chances of living longer. Read more from this blog: http://bit.ly/2ij8C1H