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Sleep is one of the most important pillars of health and well-being - and paradoxically also one of the most overlooked factors. Did you know, for example, that sleep has a major impact on your mental, physical and emotional abilities? That sleep regulates hormone production and is therefore a decisive factor when it comes to you feeling emotionally stable? That sleep promotes your creativity and learning ability? Sleep is definitely a basic necessity. Something we should always pay full attention to.
Despite this, we attach little importance to good sleeping habits. Our lives tend to be dominated by stress, performance anxiety and artificial light. At Jensen, we therefore feel it is always important to remind and inform you about the consequences of poor sleeping habits - and how much better you and your body will feel if you develop good sleeping habits.
SLEEP IS THE KEY TO A HEALTHY LIFE.
If you adopt a good sleeping rhythm of 7 - 9 hours per night after previously having slept too little, you will soon start to experience positive changes. First of all, it will make you feel better about yourself, which will make it easier for you to cope with family relationships and work situations. Sleep is also associated with memory. Research has shown that a lack of sleep significantly weakens short-term memory, whereas good sleep helps you stay awake and alert. As a result, it will be easier for you to avoid stress and accidents. It will also have a positive effect on your looks: big bags under your eyes will be a thing of the past.
Sleep also has a positive effect on your health in the long term. There is a clear link between a prolonged lack of sleep and an increased risk of mental illness. It has also been shown that sleep boosts your immune system and reduces the chance of infections, inflammations and vascular diseases. It furthermore makes your body less stiff and strengthens your bones. Sleep is simply the key to getting up in the morning feeling refreshed and ready to start a productive day. Every day, for life.
We all have an internal biological day and night rhythm that constantly repeats itself. It is influenced by what we eat and how we are exposed to light and dark. Our need for sleep changes and varies throughout our lives. For people who have trouble sleeping there are all kinds of tips on how to regain a good sleep rhythm. This is worthwhile in the hectic times we live in where sleep is not a priority. In fact, sleep is something we should spend time on and even be proud of.