Prioritizing sleep is good for your health

If you aren’t enjoying solid sleep for a minimum of seven hours, chances are your body needs more rest. (And no, napping doesn’t count.) 

Getting a proper amount of sleep is vital for your overall health and well-being. A deep, prolonged sleep allows your body to mend, stay trim, and combat heart disease and other ailments. If you spend nights tossing and turning or you are sleeping well for less than seven hours, you are interfering with your ability to focus and complete complex tasks, and you are increasing your risk for Alzheimer’s.

Use the frigid weather as an excuse to hit the sheets early. 

Learn more about why you need quality sleep here:  Why sleep is important