It is important to own a quality bed. It is arguably the most essential furniture that an individual requires and one cannot do without it. A human beings’ physical, mental and emotional health is affected by the amount of sleep that they get. Gone are the days of long ago when society believed that the most productive and hardworking people were the ones that go sleep in the late hours of the night and wake up before the crack of dawn. We have come to understand that even the most ambitious and hardworking people have to balance sleep into their schedules in order to perform at their best. This article shall briefly explain how sleeping in your bed is good and important for your health.

Even the most grueling schedules need to factor in time to sleep in our beds. Doctors and health experts all over the planet agree that we require a minimum of six to eight hours of sleep each and every day. A third of our time is literally dedicated to resting. Sleeping removes toxins in our brains that build up when we are awake. As we rest, we seem on the surface as if we are completely “off”, however, our minds are surprising active. Our conscious minds may be asleep, but our other mind know as our subconscious mind is a giant that never sleeps. It continues to work. It continues to organize our memories and store them where we can easily retrieve them. It creates new brain cells and forges new connections between nerves while reinforcing other connections. It makes sense of all the data that we have been gathering. Once we awaken we are better able to make intelligent decisions. When we go twenty four hours without sleep, however, we become increasingly confused and our thinking capacity is diminished. We are comparable to a person who has consumed a large amount of alcohol. Beyond a full day without sleep human beings become increasingly delusional until finally they eventually become insane and lose complete touch with reality. These mental symptoms are easily reversed by restful sleep on a comfortable bed.

When we do not get enough time to sleep in our beds we accumulate a “sleep debt”. Sleep debt refers to the difference between the amount of time of sleep that we should be getting and the amount of time of sleep that we are actually receiving. For example, if you only get three hours of sleep instead of the usual eight hours of sleep, you will have a sleep debt of five hours. It is important to catch up on your rest and pay this debt in sleep to your body and your bed. Failure to do so can literally result in a catastrophe. Your mental health is at risk when you function whilst carrying a sleep debt.

In conclusion, it is important to schedule sleeping into your schedule. It is also important to have a quality bed. A quality bed is the best partner who will carry you in comfort as you rest. Our mind need to rest in order to perform intelligently and productively. As mentioned by the great Benjamin Franklin, “Early to bed and early to rise, makes the man healthy, wealthy and wise.”

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