Sleep is so important to your health! This fact has been reaffirmed by a recent report from the National Commission on Sleep Disorders Research. The report states that, “By any measuring stick, the deaths, illness, and damage due to sleep deprivation and sleep disorders represent a substantial problem for American society.”*
Keep your bedroom quiet and cool to prepare yourself for optimal sleep. Also keep your bedroom dark; darkness will allow your pineal gland to produce the sleep-inducing hormone melatonin.
Express your love today!
Photo | Sleeping in the subway | ©Samantha Marx | Used under a Creative Commons Attribution License