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How to Beat Insomnia and Get a Good Night's Sleep


Experts suggest that adequate sleep is a necessary component in enhancing creativity, sparking innovation and increasing energy. Conversely, the lack of sleep results in fatigue, heart disease, high blood pressure, low immunity, depression, and shortened lifespan. Insomnia can be described as the inability of an individual to fall asleep or stay asleep. This inability is influenced by two brain processes: the homeostatic mechanism that causes sleep and circadian rhythm that develops alertness.

Secrets to Sound Sleep

Feeling drowsy? You may not be getting enough sleep.

Sleep deprivation can lead to a loss of strength and a compromised immune system as well as a decrease in concentration, memory, and learning ability. Perhaps most noticeably, sleep loss often results in a downright rotten mood and the inability to cope with those small pressures and stresses you confront each day.

But a single good night's sleep can rejuvenate your mind, body, and soul. Here's how to get one tonight:

During the day

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