Sleep is an important factor in health. The circadian rhythm is necessary in order to sleep the correct duration without interruptions. Sleep correlates with health, if you sleep poorly your health is poor. There’s numerous actions you can take in order to improve the quality of your sleep, whether it be socializing more with others or including more physical activity within your day, behavior changes can ultimately lead to improvement within your sleep. Sleep determines how you age, what diseases you’re prone to, and how your following day will go. The largest threat that comes from poor sleep is dementia. Dementia then leads to even worse sleep, and worse Dementia follows. It’s a cycle that you can prevent just by contacting a doctor and taking action early in order to hinder unwanted future diseases. Exercising and dieting is crucial in order to better the chances against dementia, or even assist you if you have dementia. Missing out on the important deep stages of sleep force you to miss the optimal and most important section of sleep, so if you notice you’re missing sleep, even at an early age, you should take immediate action to prevent future threats and diseases from affecting you.
As you age you may be getting less sleep. #HealthStatus
- 1Fragmented sleep happens when people wake up multiple times and so miss out on the deeper levels of sleep.
- 2Fragmented sleep is linked to depression and dementia and is more common among Senior citizens.
- 3Sleep apnea, a condition wherein breathing stops and starts again while the person is sleeping, can be a cause of fragmented sleep.
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