“Sleep has been provided by nature to do the body’s healing work, and it takes seven or eight hours for this process to happen. Commit to getting at least seven to eight hours of good quality sleep every night to keep your body and hormones in balance.” – Suzanne Somers
There was a point in my life when getting just wasn’t a necessity. I’d been preached at for years about the importance of sleep when it comes to the overall rest and restoration of the body, but I didn’t truly understand until my body chose to take the reins. I reached a point where I was too burnt out and exhausted to keep my eyes open during one of the most important exams of my life.
A lesson I’ll never forget.
A good night’s sleep is an important foundation for a healthier and happier lifestyle, but it is not always so easy to come by, especially for the busy-bees of the world. If you struggle to fall asleep each night and find yourself waking up exhausted in the morning, you’re not alone. When most people think about health, they focus on eating right and staying active, but sleep is an essential key to overall health that is often overlooked.
I’ve come up with a few tips on how to create a better sleep routine so grab a pillow, relax, and keep reading to discover more:Read More