This article supports the blog I’ve written on getting enough sleep and the health outcomes of those behaviour patterns. Enjoy reading, thank you Kathleen 🙂
Sleep is one of the most important factors for health and wellbeing. It helps your body recharge each day. When you don’t get enough, it can significantly impact your mood, energy, concentration, memory, appetite, metabolism and hormones. Sleep matters!
I often talk about sleep in clinic and you may have noticed that I often reference it as a therapeutic tool when discussing a number of different health conditions on this blog. I’ve also written about the importance of sleep hygiene for cultivating better sleep.
So we’ve established that getting sleep is important, but what about when you sleep?
Does your sleep cycle affect your mood and behaviour?
An interesting study was published this month, looking at the behavioural differences between people who go to sleep early and those who stay up late. Sleep chronotypes describe your preference for rising early or staying up late – the time during which your body functions best. Early risers…
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