Since everyone has differences in lifestyles and genes, the exact number of hours needed for sleep varies from person to person, but sleep experts have been able to produce a general guideline to use as a rule-of-thumb. Recently, the National Sleep Foundation updated its recommendations after two years of extensive research and examining more than 300 studies. The Sleep Foundation warns that getting too much or too little sleep on a regular basis is linked to, among other consequences, diabetes, obesity and poor judgment. In other words, make sure you get enough rest! Visit www.sleepfoundation.org to learn more.
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Great post! I completely agree that exercise makes for a better night's sleep!Nastasha on: Exercise for Better Sleep Quality
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Getting sleep gift for this Christmas is the only gifts that I can think of! I am a big fan of sleep. I always try to get good amount of sleep, especially night sleep. And yes just like you said high quality sleep have major health benefits, so sleep gift is certainly the best! Thank you for the list of inspiration of this cute gifts!Sammy Kim on: Best Sleep Gifts of 2016