White Paper: Quality Sleep Center of Healthy Life
Gyms are busy, grocery baskets are filled with fresh produce, and motivational books are topping best-seller charts. While people understand the importance of exercise and diet for good health, the essential role of sleep is often overlooked. You may be doing everything else right, but not sleeping well could lead to cognitive, physical and emotional consequences of inadequate rest.
Sleep is at the center of a healthy life, yet many people are not getting enough, and the sleep they’re getting is marginal. Is better sleep something you’re focused on this year? Before you grab another cup of coffee and cozy up with that book, read how it could affect your sleeping, even if you consume it hours before going to bed.
Read the Sleep Number White Paper
Learn more about the essential role of sleep, and what happens when we don’t get enough of it in this white paper from Sleep Number: Quality sleep: The Center of a Healthy Life, written by Pete Bils, Vice President, Sleep Science and Research at Sleep Number. Some of the topics covered include: sleep myths, falling asleep, the links between sleep and health conditions, and ways to improve sleep naturally.
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