“Sleep is the best medication.” – Dalai Lama
Sleep is good for everyone. When you don’t get enough, the domino effect of the lack of it can be extensive. Not only do you not feel rested, but also there are multiple other effects sleeplessness can have on your body.
In an article about Healthy Sleep, Why Do We Sleep, Anyway, a Division of Sleep Medicine at Harvard Medical School, found many interesting effects that sleep has on your body. Your body regulates sleep in much the same way that it regulates eating, drinking, and breathing. “This suggests that sleep serves a similar critical role in our health and well-being.”
We spend up to one-third of our lives sleeping. Sleep requirements vary from person to person. For the most part, healthy adults require between 7 to 9 hours of sleep per night to function at optimal capacity. Children and teens require much more sleep. You can view the National sleep Foundation’s Sleep Duration Recommendations, here.
If you are feeling you are suffering from the harmful results of lack of sleep, it may be time for you to consider therapeutic oxygen therapy. During these chamber sessions, we deliver you with higher levels of oxygen to your cells, which promote better sleep. Better sleep promotes a whole host of health and well-being effects for you.
Contact AuraSpa to see how our oxygen therapies can deliver you dramatic results.
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