Sleep is the body’s way of recuperating, healing, and repairing organs such as the heart and blood vessels. It also ensures that your brain is recharged and prepared for the next day. It plays a crucial role in helping the brain encode information, sort memory, and remember things you learned. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), adults need at least 7 hours of good quality sleep every night to function their best the next day.
Unfortunately, not everyone is lucky enough to get a restful sleep each night. If you struggle to achieve this, you might be suffering from insomnia.
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