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Many of us tend to neglect one of the most important contributors to our wellbeing: sleep. It’s a bit ironic. We now know more than ever before about the effect of lifestyle on health, but, on average, we’re sleeping less.
It may seem simple on the surface, but sleeping is a complex process necessary for many functions, including:
- Energy conservation so you can tackle whatever the next day holds - Hormone release and regulation - Cellular and muscle repair - Processing and organizing memories and information accumulated during waking hours - Strengthening of your immune system