Everyone knows how a good night, or bad night of sleep can impact your next day. Waking up feeling re-energised or wishing that the morning hadn't come so soon, you can feel the difference from the get go.
If you are having an interrupted or impaired sleep, there could be several different health impacts that are happening to you because of it.
Physically: Your immune system isn't as strong as it should be, leaving you vulnerable to infections and spreadable diseases.
Mentally: Your memory will fail you. You will continually lose focus and not be able to think clearly, also meaning that your problem-solving skills hit an all-time low.
Impaired sleep is also associated with stress-related diseases such as heart attacks, stomach ulcers, constipation and mood disorders such as depression.
In order to make sure you are maintaining healthy sleeping habits, there are several steps you can take.