InstaSleep Reviews Team article notes:
- The four pillars of health and well-being are nutritious food, regular movement, stress management and getting enough quality sleep. No matter how well you eat and how regularly you exercise, chronically skimping on sleep will hurt you.
- Weekend catch-up sleep helps — but not with the brain-function part, and some research suggests those impairments may add up over time. Plus, daytime sleepiness makes it harder to commit to regular exercise or make nutritious food choices, causing additional hits to your health.
Skimp on sleep, and your body will make you regret it. Here are tips for a healthful sleep cycle. Share story Do you feel like hibernating this time of year, or do you find yourself skimping on sleep even when it’s dark by 4 p.m.?
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