What if through simply sleeping better you could reduce your depression. The connection between sleep and depression can no longer be ignored. Especially when you’re lying in bed in the middle of the night feeling sad, anxious or hopeless. It’s only natural that these overwhelming feelings are going to disrupt your sleep.
The secret to getting a great night’s sleep is easier than you think. And, it could all come down to a few bad sleeping habits. You know, the little things you do that may not seem like a big deal but over time are actually costing you hours of shut-eye.
Sleep is as essential to good health as oxygen, food, and water. Good quality sleep repairs cells, restores energy and refreshes the mind-improving our health and well being; naturally. Therefore, like planning a workout at a gym, or following a diet to maintain good health, the same consideration should be applied to your nightly sleep routine.