Why Is Sleep Important

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Sleep is an essential and unavoidable part of life. It inhibits conscious mental activities.it is a state of mind in which the body becomes relaxed and the organs are dissociated from their respective functions .The first and last 3 hours of night should be spent for study sleep for the remaining six hours,after taking light food in the minimum quantity.Sound sleep during night bring about Happiness nourishment,strength,vigour,vitality,complexion power of digestion,knowledge,etc and removes drowsiness and restores the body equilibrium.sleep during the daytime is generally not recommended.Only in summer season,due to the lack of body strength,sleeping during daytime is advised

Yet millions of people do not get enough sleep and many suffer from the lack of sleep.It is essential for the normal functioning of all systems in the body. Sleep has direct effect on the individual’s mental and physical health. Poor sleep can affect the individual’s ability to fight and endure sickness, cause irritability, poor concentration, impaired memory and decreases hand-eye co-ordination.

How much sleep is enough?

Infants(Babies): 16 hours

Teenagers: 9 hours

Adults: 7 to 8 hours per night. Some adults may need 5 hours or as many as 10 hours per night.

Pregnant women: particularly during the first 3 months may need more sleep.

The quality of your sleep directly affects the quality of your waking life, including your mental sharpness, productivity, emotional balance, creativity, physical vitality, and even your weight. No other activity delivers so many benefits with so little effort!

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