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National Sleep Awareness Week

Sleep is so important when it comes to your overall health!

Adequate sleep patterns help your body to

  • fight inflammation and infection

  • promote muscle recovery and repair

  • maintain energy levels and productivity

  • regulate mood, emotions, and cognitive function

A lack of sleep has been linked to an increased risk of developing

  • certain medical conditions, such as obesity, diabetes, and cardiovascular disease

  • depression, anxiety, and other mood disorders

  • memory and concentration complications

If you are having trouble sleeping, try to establish a regular sleep schedule, follow a calming bedtime routine, and avoid caffeine close to bedtime.

By making these small changes to your sleep habits, you can improve the quality and quantity of your sleep which will help you to feel your absolute best throughout the day.


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