Thanks to Madelyn Griffith-Haynie with a comprehensive look at sleep and the latest research on how much we actually need and how quickly we can build up a deficit. #recommended
The importance of Sleep
to health, cognition and longevity
© Madelyn Griffith-Haynie, CTP, CMC, ACT, MCC, SCAC
from the Sleep & Sleep Disorders Series
Sleep and Sleep Disorders
A quick gander at June’s Awareness Calendar tells you that the first week in June is Sleep Disorders Awareness Week.
I have already written a great deal about sleep and sleep disorders, but I couldn’t let the month pass without adding an Awareness post to that Series.
According NSART, the National Sleep Awareness Roundtable, promoting the awareness of the importance of sleep is an extremely worthwhile endeavor.
NOT the passive state once believed, sleep is a highly active state essential for both physical health and BRAIN health.
Although we all do it, few of us know very much about it – and fewer still make sure we get enough of it…
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