Healthy sleep habits are hard to maintain as the days roll into weeks and the weeks to months and before you know it its been 3 years of moaning about the mattress or squeaking bed frame and put it off.
Well this is usually OK in your 20’s and 30’s but will have a negative effect later on in life.
Its more important for children and the elderly. But I think everyone should ask themselves are they sleeping properly and if not then why is it?
Its widely proven by all the top sleep specialists that a good nights sleep is essential to the health of the mind and body in so many ways.
There are so many dangers if you ignore the signs of bad sleeping habits and can lead to many health problems in the future. When simple change and a good sleeping pattern can keep both body and mind fresh and active through out the day.
Sleep deprivation is really critical in so many ways and can cause everything from mental impairments to accidents. A study showed that four to six hours sleep each night due to irritation or poor habits especially in young adults can show a real decline in there mental and function and there alertness throughout the day.
This can effect your ability to drive or work to you full potential.
This is why it is proven that we need a full 8 hours sleep a night to function properly and maintain our health every night we sleep.
So lets ask ourselves are we getting the 8 hours each night?
And if not then we need to find out the reason and ensure we start maintaining healthy habits and promote well being and good health.
After all all the top professors say healthy sleep habits are crucial to maintaining a healthy mind and body and a good nights sleep for all ages is essential for a great body and mind.
And a lack of sleep can cause all sorts of physical and mental problems, from mood changes to overeating.
Its essential for children to get no sleep disruptions and need to be taken more seriously as they are more vulnerable to chronic sleep deprivation which can have serious effects on there mood and focus at important times of the day.
So ask yourself are you and those around you maintaining a healthy sleep pattern and if not then make the changes needed to change it for the better.
Remember not to put that new mattress off if its needed to start getting the right amount of sleep.
Ask the children if their mattress is comfy and ask yourself then if not. You don’t need to break the bank to get a new mattress that will give you a much better day with you functioning at your best.