1. Sleep helps reduce stress

After a day's work, your body need enough rest, therefore If your body doesn’t get enough sleep, it can react by producing an elevated level of stress hormones, which are a natural result of today’s faster paced lifestyles. Deep and regular sleep can help prevent this.

2. Sleep can improve your memory

When you’re really tired it’s harder to remember things? Basically this is your brain telling you that it’s not getting enough sleep. When you sleep well, your body may be resting but your brain is busy organising and storing memories. So getting more quality sleep will help you remember and process things better, hence those who have enough sleep get sharper memories. 

3. Sleep can lower your blood pressure

Higher blood pressure increases your chances of cardiac arrest  and strokes, but getting plenty of restful sleep encourages a constant state of relaxation that can help reduce your blood pressure and generally keep it under control.

4. Sleep helps your body trigger first line defense mechanism

While you’re sleeping your body is producing extra protein molecules that can strengthen your ability to fight infection. So if you’re feeling a bit exhausted and you don’t want it to turn into a full-blown cold, go to bed early and get lots of rest.

5. Sleep can help you maintain your weight

Unfortunately, sleep won’t directly make you lose weight, but it can help you keep it under control by regulating the hormones that affect your appetite and reducing your cravings for high calorie foods.So don't be bother by the fallacy that sleeping increases body weight, you put on weight due to your genetic origin which might be triggered by enough resting. Sleep necessarily don't increase you but your gene do. 

6. Sleep puts you in a better mood

Lack of sleep may over stress your nerves and put you in a less active mood, therefore 
the better you sleep the better your ability to stay, calm, controlled and reasonable.

7. Sleep could reduce your chances of diabetes

Some research studies have shown that not getting enough sleep may lead to type 2 diabetes by affecting how your body processes glucose. It’s not conclusive true, but it’s yet another indication of how important the benefits of sleep can be.

8. Sleep helps keep your heart healthy

A regular sleep pattern can help to lower the levels of stress and inflammation to your cardiovascular system, which in turn can reduce your chances of a stroke or heart condition.

9. Sleep can be a painkiller

If you’re suffering pain from a recent injury like a sprained ankle, getting plenty of sleep can actually make you hurt less. Many studies have shown a link between sleep loss and a lower pain threshold. Basically the more sleep you get the less pain you might be in.

10. Sleep can help you replenish your skin by wearing off the old skin cells and replaces it with new skin cells. 

So get enough sleep today.


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