IF YOU'RE SLEEP DEPRIVED, THIS IS YOUR WAKE-UP CALL!

By Dora Bona
on Oct 23, 2018

 

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A night can seem like an eternity when you’re tossing and turning due to lack of sleep. One or two bad nights you can probably deal with. But when it becomes regular, chronic bouts of difficulty getting to the land of nod and staying there, it can have a profoundly negative impact on your life.

Your body needs rest. If that rest is not forthcoming at night, it could lead to nodding off during the day and this could be deadly if you’re driving, or operating machinery at work. So… let’s get the bad news out of the way, then we can give you the good news.

Lack of sleep is harmful to your health because:

  • It can affect your mood
  • It can wreak havoc with your ability to concentrate
  • It can affect short term memory
  • It can lead to a confused mental state
  • It can mess with your emotional stability
  • It can affect your physical appearance
  • It could lead to accidents at home or in the workplace

There is a ton of research, information and statistical evidence on sleep disorders worldwide, and how insufficient sleep can affect our health. There are various degrees of sleep deprivation and we are all different. Let’s first identify…

What are sleep disorders and what causes them?

There are over 100 different types of sleep disorders which can range from having difficulty sleeping at night – to problems with excessive daytime sleepiness.

If your problems persist for at least one month, but not necessarily every night, then you would be diagnosed as having an acute sleep disorder. It may be a short-term problem triggered by various stress factors like changing a job, moving house, illness, difficulty in a relationship or environmental factors.

Long-term or chronic sleep deprivation is a bigger issue if it continues for more than a month and occurs at least 3 nights a week.  This type of sleep disturbance can be caused by depression, ongoing stress, pain and a combination of the factors listed under acute sleep disorders.

 Other factors contributing to difficulty sleeping - both acute and chronic include:

  • Hormonal disruption
  • Health/medical issues
  • Some types of medication
  • The ageing process
  • Shift work
  • Psychological problems

The human body is well equipped to adapt to change, and it’s also quite good at functioning under less-than ideal circumstances. The amount of sleep required for individuals varies, however, the ideal sleep requirements are thought to be:

  • Adult: 7 – 9 hours
  • Teenager: 8 – 10 hours
  • Child 6 – 12 years: 9- 12 hours
  • Child 3 – 5 years:  10 – 13 hours (including naps)
  • Child 1 – 2 years: 11 – 14 hours (including naps)
  • Infants 4 -12 months: 12 – 16 hours (including naps)

So now we know that sleep is important to your health, and what can happen if you don’t get enough quality sleep. Many people with chronic sleep problems turn to prescription medications. In many cases, these may be warranted on the advice and strict guidance of your health care practitioner. But many people find that while helping to initially get to sleep, medications leave them feeling groggy next day, and in some cases they can cause dependency.  There are some simple things you can do to help create the best environment for a good night's sleep, and these are covered in the topic "Good sleep practices - ten tips for a glorious night's sleep". 

In the meantime, you can wake up feeling like the Energizer Bunny rather than a character from The Walking Dead with our wonderful, natural sleep solution, SleepEzy.

SLEEPEZY – THE NATURAL SOLUTION TO A BETTER NIGHT’S SLEEP

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Support quality sleep and wake up feeling totally rested, refreshed and alive.

SleepEzy can help the body’s natural desire to relax by quietening a bustling mind and supporting the natural production of the sleep hormone, melatonin. This creates a feeling of drowsiness and makes it easier for you to fall into a deeper, more satisfying sleep. 

How Does SleepEzy Night Oil and Pillow Spray Work?

Before laboratories and manufactured chemicals, Mother Nature herself provided for our health and wellbeing, and this is the basis upon which we have developed our products.

We’ve extensively researched the top 7 plant extracts that support the best quality night’s sleep. These plant extracts have been carefully blended and cold pressed to make our sleep formula, which when inhaled or applied to pulse points on your skin can support that longed-for state of sleep.

SleepEzy is formulated using only the very best ingredients from nature, all scientifically shown to support a deep and sound sleep – and it’s 100% natural.

 SleepEzy Pillow Spray and SleepEzy Night Oil Ingredients

  • Lavender
  • Bergamot
  • Chamomile
  • Orange
  • Lemon
  • Mandarin
  • Sandalwood

 Everyone deserves to have a great night’s sleep, and wake up refreshed. Don’t suffer a moment longer with poor quality sleep. Try our new SleepEzy today and experience a peaceful, tranquil night’s rest.

 

Topics: Sleep, Women's Health, Stress and Mood

Author: Dora Bona

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