A little over a year ago, I started a business called Night Light Solutions to help people get the best sleep possible.
I knew from experience that sleep is one of the most important things to stay healthy and strong.
I’m not alone.
I know how important it is.
I’ve spent the last few years studying the science behind how our bodies regulate sleep and the benefits of having more of it.
But there’s still a lot more we don’t know about how to get the most out of our sleep.
Sleep experts agree that it’s critical that we’re getting the right amount of sleep.
They’re also concerned about the long-term health impacts from sleep deprivation.
In a survey of nearly 800 people, researchers found that having a healthy amount of time in bed can have long-lasting health benefits, including improving blood pressure, heart health, and immune function.
It’s been proven that even a little bit of sleep can boost your immune system, and that when you get the right balance of time and quality of sleep, you can increase your overall health.
But how much sleep are we getting?
What’s the best way to get enough?
And can we actually get enough sleep?
Sleep expert Robert H. Biesenbach, M.D., Ph.
D. is an associate professor at the University of California, San Francisco.
BIESENBAUM: So, if we take a look at the data, it’s pretty clear that we don, in fact, get enough rest.
And that, frankly, we’re missing out on something important in our life.
So, we can look at a person’s health, we could look at their productivity, we might look at what kind of work they do, and we could also look at sleep quality.
And the more sleep that we have, the more well-rounded our lives are going to be.
And what we find is that if you get about 10 hours of sleep a night, it is more beneficial than any other sleep strategy, BIESONBACH: So you think you need an extra 20 or 30 hours of rest a night?
BIESER: Absolutely, yes.
BONESER: I mean, if you have a lot of sleep and you’re not getting the amount of rest you should get, you’re really in trouble.
BIEDENBAUN: And, Biesner says, this isn’t just about getting enough sleep.
BIANSAUBER: You can have the best of both worlds.
You can get a lot out of your sleep.
You don’t need to spend the extra time.
BOTH: I think you’re right.
It depends on your sleep habits.
If you are a heavy sleeper and you sleep very little, it may be a good idea to increase the amount you sleep.
But if you’re a light sleeper, like I am, you may want to just stick to about eight to 10 hours a night.
But you could consider increasing the amount if you find that your sleep is becoming more and more difficult.
BYER: Yeah, the problem is that, you know, in a lot, many ways, the sleep is more important than the amount.
If I don’t get enough time in the morning, I feel like I’m missing out.
So it’s kind of a balancing act, you need to figure out how to balance the two.
But I think we all have to remember that if we’re going to maximize our health and vitality, it has to come from a good sleep, not just a bad sleep.
And I think that’s what sleep is all about.
It allows us to regulate our energy levels and to be more creative and productive.
It lets us build up our physical capacity, it helps us digest better and digest more efficiently, and it keeps us more alert.
And it helps with everything from digestion to sleep.
It gives you energy.
So I think it’s a good thing, and if you want to optimize your sleep, the right kind of sleep is essential.
It has to be in sync with your life, and your health, so you can have a good quality of life and the best quality of health.
It should be a balanced mix.
BERMAN: And you know that’s where the science comes in.
BIEKENBAUM and BIANSCIA: So how does sleep make you healthier?
BIANSENBAUBER, M., D., Ph., D.D.: Sleep is a big part of what we think of as healthy aging, BIANZABER: There are several things that sleep can do, including, I think, lowering your risk of some of the common diseases like diabetes, heart disease, cancer, and stroke.
BIONI: There is a lot that we know about sleep and how it affects us, and the research is really very clear on the relationship between