The Role of Sleep…
Sleep plays a vital role in your body’s overall mental & physical health & wellness. According to NIH.gov sleep allows the brain to form new pathways that help you learn, remember information & prepare for the next day.
The Risks – Ongoing Sleep Deprivation…
The overwhelming number & variety of problems that can affect a person with ongoing sleep deficiency is enough to prove just how important sleep really is to your body.
Those suffering from ongoing sleep deficiency are at an increased risk for:
- Heart Disease
- Kidney Disease
- High Blood Pressure
Sleep also helps support the immune system. Those who are suffering from sleep deficiency can increase their risk of illness.
Sleep also plays an important role in your overall safety. Sleep deficiency has proven to affect sufferers with slower reaction times, trouble making decisions, difficulty controlling emotional state, behaviour & problem solving. – All of these things could easily lead to problems on the job, in school, problems when driving or operating other equipment or machinery.
A study performed by researchers in Australia showed that being awake for 18 straight hours was equal to having a blood alcohol concentration (BAC) of .05 & .10 after 24 hours.
Another study performed by NSF’s 2000 Sleep in America poll identified 42% of those polled became stressed when driving drowsy, 32% become impatient & 12% tend to drive faster.
All in all – lack of sleep leaves you in a dangerous state behind the wheel & in any situation that relies on your ability to concentrate & remain alert.
Worst of all – some people don’t even realise that they are sleep deficient. Even with little or simply poor-quality sleep, you could be at risk for some of the above problems.
How Much Sleep Is Enough?…
The amount of sleep needed can vary greatly by age, race, gender & lifestyle. Below are general recommendations for sleep suggested by NHS.uk:
|Age||Recommended Amount of Sleep|
|Newborns||16–18 hours a day|
|Preschool-aged children||11–12 hours a day|
|School-aged children||At least 10 hours a day|
|Teens||9–10 hours a day|
|Adults||7–8 hours a day|
|Elderly||6 or less a day|
Professor Kevin Morgan of Loughborough University’s Sleep Research Centre explains:
“Simply put, you need enough to make you refreshed & able to function efficiently the next day.”
To go a step further than that, you must determine your optimal amount of sleep – trial & error until you know the perfect amount of sleep for your body & brain that leaves you firing on all cylinders from the moment you wake up.
How Zen Mag PX Improves Sleep…
We all suffer sleep deprivation from time to time. The question is – how often? How often do you wake up & still feel tired, still feel groggy & feel like you aren’t as alert & focused as you’d like to be throughout the day?
How much is lack of sleep truly affecting your day, your job, your fitness or even your safety?
This is where Zen Mag PX can help. Zen Mag PX is best for those with low magnesium levels, poor quality sleep, & those seeking cognitive support.
Zen Mag PX features Magtein™ – a unique magnesium chelate (magnesium L-threonate). It’s considered superior to other forms of magnesium at penetrating the blood brain barrier & supports cognitive health including memory & recall.
Zen Mag Px also supports relaxation & sleep. It helps the body to reach a state that is relaxed enough to get into REM sleep & to remain this way for as long as is needed to be refreshed & to re-boot the internal system.
The Bottom Line…
Often it is the simplest solutions that are the best. If you’ve been struggling to lose weight but continue to crave carbs & sugars & feel you need them to help ‘wake you up’… If you’ve felt like your body simply isn’t responding to your workouts… If you’ve been moody & it’s difficult to get yourself to stick to a workout routine – more sleep just may be the simple solution that will solve many of your problems.
Set yourself up for good sleep & supplement if required.
I go into great detail about sleep within my upcoming book. Will be out towards the beginning of 2015, keep an eye out.
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