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Sleep Well for Good Health

No one wants to feel groggy, tired, overwhelmed, and poorly rested. It is far better to wake excited and energetic about the day ahead. When you prioritize restorative sleep every night, you contribute to the body’s daily healing so you can be productive, feel good, and maintain your health. Sleep, after all, is the difference between good health and poor health – physically, mentally, and emotionally. Learn more about the importance of sleep and what you can do to capture it.

Health Problems Caused by Poor Sleep

Everyone has a bad night of sleep occasionally. Sickness or children or worry can keep you awake or pull you out of sleep and prevent you from getting the rest you need. While it’s possible to work through this kind of sleep deprivation temporarily, when it continues without any reprieve, your health will begin to suffer. Sleep is needed for the body to recover from the demands of the day. The cumulative effects of poor sleep can lead to:

  • Subpar memory: A heavy, sleep-deprived mind is a dull, forgetful mind. Your brain still works while you sleep, but it’s busy cleaning out toxins and helping the mind prep for creating, learning, and remembering.
  • Heart problems: Many cardiovascular conditions and disorders are the result of poor sleep, especially coronary artery disease, stroke, and high blood pressure.
  • Weight trouble: Without rest, it is difficult to lose weight, build muscle, and maintain metabolism. Obesity is a major side effect of long-term poor sleep. When you get proper sleep, food cravings and overeating decrease and it’s easier to maintain healthy body weight.
  • Mental health disorders: Mental health problems are believed to be caused by lack of sleep and existing conditions are believed to be exacerbated by the same problem. Sleep disruptions are considered a symptom and consequence of mental health disorders.
  • Poor physical recovery: Eating well and exercising are essential to a healthy body, but sleep is necessary for good performance, muscle repair, and recovery, whether you are a serious athlete or work out regularly.

KnightCap Works with the Body’s Natural Circadian Rhythm

Sleeping a little and then a lot, trying to make up for lost hours of rest, isn’t the best plan. Everyone leads busy lives and obligations can interfere with the quality and quantity of sleep, but it’s consistency in sleep schedule that makes one of the biggest impacts in maintaining good health.

The circadian rhythm regulates the body’s daily cycles of sleep and activity, as well as other processes – and it has a major role in our overall health and well-being. If the circadian rhythm is disrupted by irregular sleep patterns, you are fare more susceptible to sleep disorders, chronic disease, mood disturbances, and other health problems.

KnightCap products are water soluble sleep aids that help regulate the body’s natural sleep cycle – improving sleep quality – and contributes to a healthier and more balanced life. Shop today. Sleep well.