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How Sleeping Affects the Immune System

How Sleeping Affects the Immune System

Lack of sleep affects the immune system. People who slept 6 hours or less were 4 times more likely to catch a cold compared to those who have an average of 7 hours or more of sleep. Major benefits your immune system gets with enough sleep include the following:
Increased immune function, reduced risk to colds and flu, fight infection and illnesses, help recover from diseases, and beats mental disorders.

 

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Exploring 5 Stages of Sleep

Exploring 5 Stages of Sleep

So, what exactly happens when you hit the sack? According to the National Sleep Foundation, a night of healthy sleep should cycle through five sleep stages every 90 minutes or so. The first four stages make up our non-rapid eye movement (NREM) sleep, and the fifth stage is when rapid eye movement (REM) sleep occurs.

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How to Sleep Like A Log

How to Sleep Like A Log

Having a good sleep is everyone’s dream. More than a form of rest, this is an active period to help our body restore its’ functional systems. At least 7 to 9 hours per night is the recommended sleep for adults. One-year-olds need 11 to 14 hours, school-age children need 9 to 11 hours, and teenagers require 8 to 10 hours for quality sleep. 

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