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September 29, 2018 Saturday 01:44:58 PM IST
Neuroscientist's Warn Women To Pay Close Attention To How Much They Sleep

Most people are not aware that sleeping is one of the most important things their overall health. It is the only time when the body has the ability to recover and repair itself from the damage it was done throughout the day, and with that it is keeping all organs in a good shape and maintains their function. A lot of things are in process when we are sleeping, some compounds are synthesized in order to get the energy supplies we need, all cells and organs are replenished, and with the energy supplies and all organs in a top form, we are ready to face our challenges in the next day.

As men and women are different in the biological nature, also there is a difference in the process of sleeping too. All of us know that we are supposed to sleep at least 8 hours of the night, but according to the latest researches women need more than that. The researchers that were leading the study, concluded that women who get 8 hours a sleep every night, are not well rested. The female brain is highly more active, than the male brain, therefore it must get more rest than the male brain.

And also according to these researches it was proven that the beautifying or restorative sleep is true, it is not a myth. Getting the time you need to rest is important, which can make your skin look smoother and younger, and this is more important for women. If you are a female, and you are reading this article, you need to get more than 8 hours of shut-eye overnight. You will improve your overall health, and your look of course!

1. Decreased Stress

Stress and sleep affect our cardiovascular health, but getting a longer sleep helps us to rest and lower the levels of stress which affect our overall health. Insufficient sleep will lead us to many other health consequences, this count also the nervous system. Our stress increases when we are in deficit of sleep, if you can’t rest properly or have difficulties with sleeping, you should better consult your doctor.

2. Healthy Body

We all know how important sleep for the body is. Those people that like to go on a diet will have to plan their perfect bedtime in order to gain muscles or lose weight. According to researchers from the University of Chicago, people who have a proper rest lose more fat. Also when we feel sleepy our hormones are giving us signals to eat more food at night, which also means getting fat.

3. Better Attention

You cannot concentrate or be attentive if you spent the night on your phone texting and looking at memes. Sleeping is crucial for the brain activity to work properly, every part of the body needs rest, and your eyes too. A good cycle of sleeping helps you improve yourself with better attention.

4. Better Memory

When we’re asleep our memory improves and we can memorize things way better if we learn before we go to sleep, and after waking up, repeat what we’ve learned before we went to sleep. Instant memory boost.

5. Improved Creativity

Before you take your paintbrush or start to write, take a good sleep. Scientists say that when we sleep our emotional components of memory get stronger, and that may result in better creativity.

6. Choose To Be A Winner

If you are an athlete or you are involved into sports, you know how important it is for the body to get a good sleep. A study conducted by the University of Stanford acknowledged that the football players got improved by over 50% when they decided to sleep 10 hours per night for around 7 weeks. The body improves, gets stronger, they are more concentrated on the play and feel rested and boosted with energy.

 

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