To benefit from sleep, one must follow a certain routine.

As experts point out, good and sufficient sleep is essential to our health. However, we have all spent sleepless nights, making it difficult to meet the demands of the day the next morning.

According to a 2017 Brigham and Women’s Hospital study, those who sleep at the same time each night are healthier and more successful at what they do.

The scientists followed the sleep patterns of 61 undergraduate students from Harvard University for 30 days.

They found that students who adhered to a sleep routine had better academic performance than their peers, who had irregular sleeping hours.


Fixed bedtime: The benefits to our health


It improves memory

If you try to learn something new, from a new hobby to a new topic in your work, your performance will be much better after sleeping.


It favors longevity

Excessive or minimal sleep has been linked to short life spans, although it is not clear if this is a cause or effect. Sleep also affects the quality of life.


It restrains inflammation

Inflammation is associated with heart disease, stroke, diabetes, arthritis and premature aging. Research shows that people who sleep less (six hours or less) have higher levels of inflammatory proteins in their blood than those who sleep more.


It boosts creativity

A good night’s sleep will make you more creative and help you find the inspiration you are looking for.


It helps maintain weight

If you want to lose weight, not only diet is needed but also sleep planning. Researchers from the University of Chicago found that well-rested dieters lost more weight than those who lost sleep.


It reduces stress

It is well known how stress affects health, and at all levels. According to experts, sleep can reduce stress levels, so people can have better control of their blood pressure.


Accident prevention

Insufficient sleep even for one night can prove to be detrimental to your ability to drive as well as an alcoholic beverage. Most people underestimate the problem of drowsiness, but the cost to both themselves and society is enormous.


It protects from depression

Experts say that lack of sleep can contribute to depression. On the contrary, a good night’s sleep can help a moody person reduce his/her anxiety. Also, a good sleep offers more emotional stability. If you don’t get enough sleep daily, sleeping more on the weekends won’t necessarily help. Experts recommend you to find a balance.


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