It’s where our brains travel to every night, it’s out of our voluntary control, and we often complain that we don’t get enough of it.
Sleep is the mysterious shift in consciousness that our bodies require every day.
It’s vital for our health and well being but its importance goes far beyond that, sleep is something that we can’t live without.
Not only do we function worse when we don’t get enough quality sleep, but it can lead to long-term health problems.
That’s why if we’re having sleep problems it’s important we do all that we can to rectify these difficulties and restore quality sleep into our lifestyles.
As you can see by the graph there is a very large section of our baby boomer population that is not getting enough sleep.
Are you one of them?
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Sometimes we need a reminder when it comes to priorities in our lives and sleep should be considered one of them.
Don't be afraid.
Go ahead and reread my articles from last year.
Sleep should be treated like exercise.
It is completely necessary for us sleep well to be happy, shiny people every day.
Check out this really cool infographic from the National Sleep Foundation.
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The more Baby Boomers we can help the better place we make this world !!!
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