More Restful Sleep Equates To Better Health
For the most part, we do not give sleep a second thought. When we are tired, we sleep and oftentimes wake up refreshed. However, we do give sleep a second thought when we cannot get any and we spend our night tossing and turning. A man’s body works and plays hard and the sleep state is critical in the healing process and the body’s ability, at the cellular level, to regenerate spent energy.
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There are a number of factors that come crashing down around us and make us restless when our bodies are crying out for a good sleep. In cases of mild insomnia, some major factors include:
- Stress related to work, finances, family and relationships
- Anxiety and depression
- Medical conditions and medications
- Nicotine, alcohol or caffeine
- Shift work or jet lag
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When Your Body Does Not Sleep!
Setting aside the reasons for your sleeplessness, not having adequate sleep on an ongoing basis can pose substantial health risks not only to men; but also to women. These health risks can be either mental or health; or, a combination of both.
During sleep, our immune systems work to produce disease-fighting cells, our bodies repair cell and tissue damage, our brains organize and store memories from the day, hormones that control our various brain and body functions rebalance, and we “recharge” our brains, so we feel more emotionally balanced.
So what can happen for the sleep deprived?
- Lack of sleep can affect concentration and memory, and can affect your ability to perform daily tasks.
- Lack of sleep increases the activity of the hormones and pathways in the brain that cause stress, and changes in sleeping patterns have been shown to have significant effects on mood. Ongoing insomnia may be a sign of anxiety and depression.
- People with chronic sleep loss show signs of heart and nervous system activity that might put them at risk for heart disease.
- Headaches that occur during the night or early in the morning may be related to a sleep disorder.
- Because sleep helps regulate your body’s response to infection, a lack of sleep can lead to more colds and other illnesses.
- Your body’s ability to regulate blood sugar levels is impeded, which may double your risk for type 2 diabetes.
- People who don’t get enough sleep are more likely to develop high blood pressure possibly due to their elevated levels of the stress hormone cortisol, which strains the heart.
- Sleeping fewer than six hours each night results in a 60 percent increase in breast cancer risk, according to researchers at the Tohoku University Graduate School of Medicine in Japan.
So ask yourself this – Do you want to take that risk?