How much Sleep Does One Require?

Sleep is important for the overall development of health & well-being. Sleeping is one of the best ways of providing a body as well as mind a rest. It is essential to sleep as we spend up to one-third of our lives asleep. 

While you are asleep your body rebuilds muscles & responds to important emotions. Only healthy sleeping keeps your both mind and body functioning properly.

According to different research, every individual has unique needs and preferences to sleep. Person sleep requirements are determined by their age. The older adult persons whose age id +65 needs at least  7–8 hours sleep. Then the adults' groups age 18-64 years need 7–9 sleeping hours. 

The teenagers between 14–17 years of age group need 8–10 sleeping hours. Similarly, the school children need 9–11 sleeping hours whose age is between 6–13 years. Then it comes to preschoolers who need 10–13  sleeping hours of age between 3-5 years. 

The age group of 1-2 years needs sleeping hours between 11-14. Then infants need 12-15 hours of sleep whose age is 4-11 months. Also, newborns need 14-17 hours of sleeping age 0-3 months.

How to Improve Your Sleep? 

There are several ways mentioned in different online sites to improve the sleeping of people. Healthy sleep is needy of a healthier lifestyle. The following are some of the different ways of getting healthy sleep. 
  • You must follow the stick sleeping schedule. 
  • You must practice a relaxing bedtime ritual.
  • You must exercise daily. 
  • You must ensure your bedroom temperature, sound, and light. 
  • You must possess a comfortable mattress & pillows. 
  • You must stay away from electronic devices before going to bed. 
  • Healthy eating style 
Here we have mentioned some of the ways to improve your sleep. You must try it & tries to maintain a healthy lifestyle.

Negative Effects of Lack of Sleep

Well, if you are not getting enough sleep, it has several negative effects on health. Due to lack of sleep, it affects your judgment, coordination, and reaction times.
The following are the effects; 
  1. Increased risk of depression
  2. Lack of Motivation 
  3. Increased health problems & many more.