Sleep is absolutely essential for good physical and mental health, repair and recovery, growth and development.
We all seem to know the benefit of a good nights sleep but at Balance we fully appreciate the effect it can have on health in general and pain and injury recovery specifically. By “good” we mean both sufficient duration and the highest quality of sleep. In fact most sleep research points to quality being slightly more important than duration.
However, with the challenges of increased but unaddressed stress, and the chronic movement deprivation modern humans experience our sleep is increasingly disturbed and inadequate for proper recovery. But when our sleep is disturbed we struggle to re-establish a pattern.
- How do we achieve good quality sleep every night
- How to sleep naturally without medication