Relationship Between Sleep and Stress Hormones
Sleep is natural, easily reversible periodic state of mind of an individual that is marked by the absence of wakefulness and by the loss of consciousness of one’s surroundings, is accompanied by a typical body posture, the occurrence of dreaming, and changes in brain activity is called as sleep.
Why is Sleep Important For Us?
Sleep keeps us healthy and functioning better. It lets our repair, restore and reenergizes body and brain. If you do not get enough sleep of almost 8 hours you may find side effects like poor memory and loss of focus, weakened immunity, and instant mood changes. [Read more…]