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Sleep & Creativity – Pillar 1 – World Wellness Weekend
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Sleep & Creativity – Pillar 1

World Wellness Weekend / 5 pillars of wellness / Sleep & Creativity – Pillar 1

Are you looking for ways to develop your sleep & creativity?

Do you suffer from sleep deprivation?

Are you tired of being tired?

Well, you are not alone: 62% of adults worldwide feel that they don’t sleep well, and insomnia affects about 30% of the population.

Did you know?

  • “Science says that humans need around 7-8 hours of sleep per night,
    and it takes approximately 7 minutes to fall asleep. In 1942, 8 hours of sleep was the norm, now 6.8 is the average. This highlights a worrying rise in sleep deprivation throughout the world. (Leigh Horan, co.UK).”

 

  • There are five cycles per night, lasting approximately 90 minutes. After a week lacking just one hour of sleep, a person will have accumulated the equivalent of one whole night of sleep debt. That is why 72% of Americans use weekends to make up for the sleep they lost during the week. (Travel Agent Central, 2018)

 

  • Sleep deprivation weakens the immune system, is linked to heart disease, strokes, obesity or Type II diabetes, as not sleeping well makes your insulin resistance grow. Poor sleep impacts many chemicals in your body, inducing serotonin deficiencies that can lead to anxiety and possible depression. (Markets and Markets, 2019)

 

  • Worldwide data suggests that sleep apnea impacts more than 936 million people worldwide (Sleep deprivation causes daytime sleepiness and fatigue and may lead to conditions such as hypertension, ischemic heart disease, stroke, and diabetes.). (Markets and Markets, 2019)

Learn How to fight Sleep Deprivation and how it can improve your life and creativity through our blog

Why is sleep so important for your health?

Sleep is very important for your Waste Clearance and Immune System, your Memory and Knowledge, and processing feelings and making decisions. Learn more …

 

Take good care of your Circadian Rhythm.

Your body naturally follows a circadian rhythm of 24 hours. It is like an internal clock that triggers and maintains your sleep. It is controlled by external factors (light or darkness) and internal ones (chemicals). Learn more …

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