Sleep is essential for the proper functioning and longevity of our body. It is not only made to pass the time faster during the night, but it is a true barometer of body health. Why sleep is so important for people at risk for hear disease?
What’s the sleep role?
For the brain, sleep is just as necessary as the training for muscles – without it, the body can not work.
This is due to the fact that sleep trains that part of the brain responsible for creativity, and throughout the course of evolution, and by cultivating various cognitive abilities, people are beginning to feel the need to sleep to recharge their batteries.
In sleep, the brain sets the code that the mind will use in the future to reset and release the system every night.
Moreover, sight sense for example, requires a maximum cognitive concentration, which means that when you notice things around you and process them visually, the brain is 100% dedicated to this process. And this does not stop here. To process all that information and to memorize it, you need a time to look at nothing, so you have to sleep or meditate with your eyes closed.
Unfortunately, most people do not sleep enough, which greatly influences the aging process of the body.
In fact, people sleeping less than six hours per night have a 50% higher risk of having viral infections and heart disease, or stroke.
Moreover, deprivation of sleep is associated with mental decline and excessive eating.
After two or more sleepless nights in a row, people become psychotic, which is why many forms of torture were based on sleep deprivation.
In reality, people die faster if they are deprived of sleep. Without sleep, the body becomes vulnerable, weak, and troubled. The immune system is weakened, increases the risk of heart disease and slows down the brain activity.
Even in this context, few people worry about not sleeping enough and living with the feeling that they can recover the lost hours anytime.
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