How To Get The Perfect Night’s Sleep
Sleep is one of the most important things in your life. Not just any type of sleep though. It has to be good sleep! So many of us suffer from sleep problems like sleep insomnia and only get a few hours of sleep every night and don’t even realize how drained that makes our bodies. Here’s the amount of sleep you should be getting every night:
Ages 18 & Under: 8.5 – 10 hours/night.
Ages 19-35: 7 – 9 hours/night.
Ages 36 & Older: 6-9 hours/night.
The older you get, the less sleep you technically need. Getting a good night’s sleep is crucial for adequate production of GH and testosterone, hormones that give us more strength, vitality, and muscle. It helps us stay lean and ripped due to maintaining good insulin sensitivity. It cuts risks of common colds and increases resilience to stress. Most importantly, it improves memory and performance. By not getting enough sleep, you are also putting others in danger. According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, drowsy driving is a factor in more than 100,000 crashes, resulting in 1,550 deaths and 40,000 injuries annually. Driving while sleep-deprived impairs your coordination and judgement as well as cause longer reaction times. Everybody has their methods to get a good night’s sleep, but what are the keys that work for everybody? Continue reading to find out and start practicing today!