People try all kinds of life hacks to remove blockers, improve their mental and physical health, and generally increase their efficiency. Surprisingly, people overlook the factor that is the biggest contributor to overall well-being: sleep. Like eating right and exercising, ample, quality, restorative sleep contributes to people’s overall wellness in a variety of ways. The Centers for Disease Control has recently indicated that lack of good sleep can contribute to diabetes, depression, weight-gain and heart disease, and quality sleep is a major factor for chronic disease prevention.
So, now we know that we need to get good sleep, but how to do it? Studies have shown that 30% of Americans experience short-lived insomnia regularly, and a whopping 10% of Americans have ongoing insomnia. Try these simple life hacks to get your sleep back on track, and unleash the power of your potential.