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The Importance of a Good Night's Sleep

Tuesday, December 06, 2016

Getting a good night's sleep is one of the most important things you can do for your health.

It's during sleep that our bodies recharge, repair, and, recuperate allowing us to effectively

busy lives. carry out the daily activities of our

Staying consistent with good sleep habits provides many health benefits to all of your bodies' biological systems; ranging from heart health, brain function, immune and skeletal systems and even effects hormone levels and sex drive.

Last September we posted tips on how to establish and maintain a healthy sleep schedule. As useful as these sleep schedule tips are, distractions such as holiday schedules, stress, anticipation of upcoming events, and, daylight savings time changes can interrupt our established sleep patterns causing periods of unrest and insomnia.

According to the American Academy of Sleep Medicine approximately 1 in 3 Americans are not getting enough sleep. The amount of sleep needed for optimal health can vary by individual, but experts recommend that adults get between 7 - 9 hours sleep per night.

So, what happens when we get off our sleep schedule and fall into a cycle of sleep

 deprivation and insomnia?

If left unresolved, the effects of sleep deprivation to our health can lead to these detrimental results:

1. Not getting enough sleep can weaken your immune system and lessen your body's ability to fight off illness, making it easier for you to get sick.

2. It's hard on your heart. Not getting enough sleep can affect your heart health and increases your chances of developing coronary heart disease and increases our chances of having a stroke.

3. Prolonged sleep deprivation has been linked to higher rates of breast cancer, colorectal cancer and, prostate cancer.

4. Lack of sleep messes with your mind, lack of sleep can impair your decision making ability, reasoning ability and, memory.

5. Promotes weight gain. A study in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition showed that people ate an average of nearly 300 fewer calories per day when they were well-rested.

Because sleep is such an important part of your Holistic Health, Boomers Forever Young has formulated our All Natural Sleep Aid to support a healthy nights rest, to help you stay on your healthy sleep cycle.

Boomer Sleep Aid Formula is comprehensive formula designed to support a healthy nights rest. This unique formula consists of Melatonin, a hormone that is suppressed by sunlight and plays a significant role in your natural sleep-wake cycle.

Melatonin has been found to be effective in improving sleep quality and daytime alertness. L-Taurine: a sulfonic acid that helps activate gamma aminobutyric acid (GABA) receptors that may contribute to feelings of relaxation and restful sleep.

Boomer Sleep Aid formula contains Valerian Root, Hop Flowers, Passion Flower, Skull Cap, and Chamomile. These natural herbs and flowers have been used throughout history for their calming effects. Containing terpenoids and flavonoids, which increase levels of (GABA) in the brain. These natural sleep enhancers can alleviate insomnia, and promote restful sleep.

Wake up feeling refreshed, renewed, and ready to be your best self for the day.

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