Whenever we’re feeling sick or drained, or our skin just doesn’t have the glow it used to, everyone gives the same advice—drink more water and get more sleep. It’s so simple, and yet, according to a study by the Centers for Disease Control, 1 in 3 adults report that they aren’t getting enough sleep. This is not a small problem considering that a lack of sleep is associated with chronic health problems such as obesity, diabetes, high blood pressure, heart disease, increased risk for strokes and stress. Why then, when we know what we should be doing for our health and well-being, is getting a full night’s sleep still so hard to do?
Between our responsibilities, home life and having got up in time for work, the priority we place on sleep loses value amongst the clutter. Just as prevalent, are the things that clutter our mind and keep us…
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