About 1 in 3 people have at least mild insomnia. Many poor sleepers have developed poor sleep habits. In the long run, taking sleeping pills isn't effective. To improve sleeping habits and make lasting changes, we need to address the chemistry of the body, mental-emotional aspects, and the environment where we sleep.
When we do not sleep well, we are not going to function optimally or feel our best. Good quality sleep is crucial for the restoration of the physical, mental and emotional parts of us. If a person does not sleep well or long enough, they cannot lose weight, they cannot keep the immune system at its highest level, the connective tissue cannot repair itself, and we are going to have stressful dreams. Chronic sleep deprivation leads to mood changes, depression, low energy level, poor judgment, and being prone to accidents and injuries.
Here are 3 facets of getting a good night's sleep:
Chemistry of the Body
Environment where we sleep
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