The Importance of a Good Night’s Sleep - Health Channel


The Importance of a Good Night’s Sleep | Living Minute

Getting a good night’s sleep—at least 8 hours—has long been seen as having benefits. But researchers have discovered that not getting a good night’s sleep can be detrimental to both mental and physical well-being: causing, among other things, weight gain, mood disorders, cognitive problems, and increased risks for serious disease.

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