Sleep is vital
Just like food or water, sleep is a biological necessity for life and health. Research shows that the hours we spend sleeping are incredibly important. During sleep, your body is busy fighting off viruses and other pathogens, operating a waste removal system to clean the brain, looking for cancer cells and getting rid of them, repairing injured tissues, and forming vital memories that are essential for learning. Getting enough sleep can improve mental health, mood, and ability to think and make good decisions. It is important for the functioning of our heart and other organs.
Most adults need 7 or more hours of good quality sleep each day. Some may need even more.
Adequate high-quality sleep is especially important during stressful times. To help you adapt to quickly evolving demands and changes in your personal and work life during the COVID-19 outbreak, the following evidence-based suggestions can help improve your sleep.
Tips to help get better quality sleep
Signs you ain’t sleeping enough
It is extremely important to get enough sleep
If you are showing any signs of the above then try out the tips and see if they can help. A few more tips would be