Prevention is Better than Cure - Sleep

Many people are unaware of the fact that poor sleep is a risk factor for cognitive decline and even Alzheimer’s Disease.[1] Every system in our body is affected by lack of sleep. Studies indicate that the average person needs around 8 hours sleep per night. Sleep is critical for brain detoxification. Research shows that the brain has a unique waste management system, which is activated while we sleep. Sleep is essential for cementing the day’s events into long-term memory. Most of the  brain's regeneration process takes place while we are asleep. It is during this time that our bodies fix, rebuild, regenerate and repair.

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Tracy Tredoux