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  • Siddharth Madhan

Good Night!

Do you know what the most important thing for our body is? The answer is sleep, which most of us neglect. It is one of the most essential things you need to do for your body because it is its way of recharging its batteries. When you begin to feel sleepy at night, it means that you have reached the limit that your body has, and you should sleep so that you do not overexert yourself.

These days, nobody gets enough sleep at night, which is a result of most of us turning into night owls. For example, a bad habit like this is watching TV shows late at night despite knowing that we have to wake up early the next morning. When we sleep, the brain recharges itself and heals our body. When we sleep, our blood vessels and circulatory system heal themselves. If you have a bruise, you will notice that it has healed a bit when you wake up in the morning. It is the same for the rest of the body as well and it is essential to allow your batteries to charge while you heal yourself.

Many of us struggle with our sleep because of the prevalence of mobile phones and other addictive digital devices in our lives.

Some severe problems can enter our lives when we do not get enough sleep. These can range from mental health problems like depression and anxiety to even physical ailments and conditions like diabetes, cardiac arrest, obesity, high blood pressure, etc. We must be careful and get a good sleep of a minimum of 8 hours each night. It is essential to understand the reason why sleep is vital. Getting enough sleep strengthens your immune system, cognitive memory and thinking capacity. Furthermore, getting adequate sleep is vital to keep our hearts and other systems clean and healthy. By not getting enough sleep at night, we are putting ourselves at the risk of mental health disruptions as well as physical disorders and problems such as depression, anxiety, heart attacks, obesity and even exhaustion which can ultimately disrupt one’s life. We must get enough sleep to look and feel fresh and healthy every day.

We must all sleep for about 8 hours in our adult lives. It can be about an hour less or an hour more but think about it this way – you must spend about one-third to one-fourth of your day recharging your batteries to get ready for the remainder of the day.

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