Millions of Americans of all ages are affected by sleep problems, many with severe, chronic sleep deprivation. While there is substantial awareness about the need for proper nutrition and exercise, many people tend to shrug off lack of sleep as not being of much consequence, and, as a result, go through life with both mind and body always performing at less than optimal levels.
Recent research indicates that pervasive sleep deprivation can lead to more serious health problems than just a dull clouded feeling the next morning — including obesity, high blood pressure and diminished resistance to infections.
The article link below includes ten easy ways to get your sleep based on an Ayurvedic approach.
Article Link: A Good Night’s Sleep by Rama Kant Mishra
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