Sleeping patterns are the result of your lifestyle choices and emotional wellbeing, so they’re going to say a lot about you as person. It’s believed that one in three Brits struggle with insomnia, meaning that at least a third of the UK are suffering from irregular sleep patterns. This can have a detrimental effect on […]
Month: October 2016
There are four main reasons why we need sleep – memory consolidation, recovery, repair and energy conservation. Sleep is a key time for the body to replace chemicals and repair muscles, other tissues and dead cells. Our bodies also produce growth hormones during sleep.
For most people, sleeping is something that they generally look forward to at the end of the day. Getting some well-deserved rest and waking up the next day feeling refreshed and energised is usually no problem at all, when you work out the right sleeping arrangements for you. Some people suffer with a condition known […]