Why is sleep so vitally important?
The quantity and quality of your sleep are major factors in determining how you feel and how you function each day. Are you often irritable or gloomy? Make too many errors at work? Find it difficult to concentrate? Then take a look at your sleep patterns. Has your health been declining? Poor sleep could be a root cause of that, too. Over time, poor sleep can contribute to high blood pressure, heart attack, and abnormal heart rhythm. It’s also associated with weight gain and the worsening of diabetes and heart failure. People who sleep poorly are more prone to get into car accidents and domestic conflicts. . . . We guarantee that improving your sleep will have dramatic effects not only on your sense of being energized and present but on many of the specific physical and psychological complaints that have been holding you back at home, at school or at work.