* Sleep occupies nearly a third of our lives, but many of us give little attention to it.
* Multiple studies show that people who sleep less are more likely to be overweight or obese. Researchers believe that this is mostly due to hormonal changes caused by sleep deprivation.
* Not getting enough sleep can stimulate your appetite and increase the risk of developing type 2 diabetes and various types of cancer.
* Sleep is not a lost time or just a rest from the hard day work.
* It is an important function during which our body restores and balances all the vital systems.
* During the sleep, our body regulates respiration, circulation and everything from growth to the immune responses.
* Sleep is also crucial for our brain. It improves our memory and prohibits a memory lost when we age.
* People who sleep less tend to develop symptoms of depression, lower self-esteem, and anxiety.
* Sleep deprivation is also affecting our mood, cognitive abilities and our motor function.
*Poor sleep is also associated with episodes of migraines and other kinds of headaches.
*Sleep is a vital part of our life. Make sure you sleep between 7-9 hours per night, to stay physically and mentally healthy.
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