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The Benefits of Good Sleep

Since it’s a vital function of the human body, sleep can seem like a zero-sum game. If you don’t get enough, you’ll suffer the consequences, but putting in your time rarely delivers obvious perks. The fact that you can’t feel all the benefits of sleep, though, doesn’t mean they’re not there. Sleep is the time when the body works to restore and renew its cells and systems. Without enough sleep, the body can’t heal or replenish itself -- and that’s just the beginning. In case you’ve been fighting the urge to go to bed, here are some more reasons why a good night's sleep is vital to your overall health.

Your brain cells need rest.

Your brain works all day to control every aspect of your movement, your speech, your coordination, and your thought processes. It can’t possibly accomplish these complex jobs without rest. Just consider patients who have dementia. Insufficient sleep is a risk factor for developing the condition, and patients feeling its effects have ongoing trouble sleeping. Persistent sleep challenges create a vicious cycle in which the deterioration of gray matter progresses further because remaining healthy brain cells are working overtime and not getting the rest they need. Just a few hours of sleep deprivation can have detrimental cognitive effects on a young, healthy person, so do your brain a favor and give it sufficient sleep to keep your mind and body running on all cylinders.

Sleep reduces heart disease risk and stress.

Heart disease and cardiovascular problems are directly related to the amount of stress you experience – something on which sleep has a huge impact. The link between sleep, stress, and heart problems is evident in people who have high-stress careers and sleep apnea. When stressed-out professionals rest and use their CPAP or BiPAP machines, their cardiovascular, pulmonary, and heart-health problems and risks sharply decline. Why? Sleep relieves stress and repairs some of the daily damage to your pulmonary and cardiovascular systems.

Your liver and kidneys need time to remove toxins.

The morning constitutional is a gift to your body. While you’re sleeping each night, your blood gets filtered through your liver, which removes the toxins that built up during the day. These unwanted substances are then filtered again through your kidneys. After all this overnight filtering and detoxing, your body's first response in the morning is to find a toilet and purge the poisons. It’s important to give your liver and kidneys enough time to keep up with all the stuff you’re consuming during waking hours.

Sleep makes you a well-oiled machine.

While you sleep, various systems in the body are busy producing mucus, tears, and synovial fluid for joints. These natural fluids serve a vital but widely unappreciated purpose -- lubrication. Mucus moistens your nasal passages and throat so that you don’t get sick. Tears lubricate your eyes so that they can move properly and don’t dry out. Synovial fluid lubricates your knees, hips, shoulders, elbows, and other joints so that you can move about unrestricted and with minimal pain. These and other liquids get used up during the day. It’s at night while your body is resting that they are restored and prepared for use the next day.

Your Bed Is a Factor in Good Sleep

How did we end up here? Well, your bed is one of the biggest factors in determining how much sleep you get and how healthy your rest is. A worn-out mattress is something totally under your control which has the power to makes you restless, uncomfortable, and unable to slumber deeply and peacefully. If your bed interferes with your sleep, any or all of these processes in your body can be interrupted. In fact, waking up tired, sore, stiff, and fatigued with an itchy, dry throat, nose, and eyes is a sure sign that your mattress should be replaced. If you’re struggling with the symptoms of a bad sleep surface, don’t hesitate. Do your body a favor and visit us (or chat with a sleep expert online) at A Goodnight Sleepstore. We’ll help you find the very best mattress for your body – guaranteed – then give you the best price available anywhere. Your entire body will thank you!

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