Do you remember just a few years ago when people were trying to figure out they can get away with only having slept so little. Many say that the toughest man in the office has slept the least. How wrong they were.
Considering we spend quarter to 1/3 of our life asleep we still know remarkably little. We do know that poor sleep correlates quite closely to increase depression, anxiety, dementia and general poor performance.
A poor night’s sleep can have the same impact on your thinking ability as a being at the drink drive limit.
If you haven’t looked much into sleep an interesting little book I read some years ago called, Sleep – Rock Thy Brain: An appreciation of the wonders and mysteries of sleep by Daniel Crean, may give you some insights.
Getting extra sleep on the weekends could help ease health issues. All the more reason why people should consider staying in on weekends – this extra sleep could actually reduce the risk of early death, a new study says.