Thursday, July 14, 2011

Go To Sleep!

The consequences of sleep deprivation go far beyond the miseries of fatigue and diminished performance. Decades of clinical research document that a good night's rest supports nearly all systems of the body, including: skin health and youthful appearance, healthy collagen formation, insulin levels already within normal range, healthy body weight, glucose levels, blood pressure, healthy cell division, cardiovascular health, and good mood. But a lack of sleep has the opposite effect. Scientist attribute sleep related difficulties to the unprecedented levels of stress most of us endure in today's society.


  1. hi im a new follower from the blog hop
    I enjoyed reading this item as i am a very bad sleeper myself.
    Please come visit me in the UK any time

  2. I need more sleep!

    LOVE your shout out to jump roping...such a great cheap n easy workout! I usually have someone jump rope for 5 minutes when they tell me its not a workout :) Then they change their minds! Ha!

  3. I love sleeping! No troubles with that! Day or night, I can sleep!

    I'm a new follower from the hop! Hope you'll hop by and visit my blog too!
    Have a great weekend!