It’s incredible just how much your sleep cycle affects your life. Sleep is a big factor in how well your day goes. Think about it: just one day of insufficient sleep can make you cranky and tired. Now imagine if you are unable to sleep properly for a week or more. The effects of occasional sleepless nights are tremendous. And not sleeping enough on a regular basis can lead to some pretty serious health issues. So it’s safe to say that going to bed on time has a big impact on your waking lives.

Adequate sleep is vital to making sure you live a long, happy life - and here’s why.

Increase-your-concentration

INCREASE YOUR CONCENTRATION AND PRODUCTIVITY

Sleep helps improve the cognitive function and performance of the brain.

Control-your-colories

CONTROL YOUR CALORIES AND LOWER WEIGHT GAIN

Those who sleep well have more control on their appetite hormones and this helps reduce their calorie intake. Regular sleep helps also you feel fuller after meals and more active during daytime for better workouts.

Keep-calm

KEEP CALM

Sleep helps reduce cortisol levels which is the stress hormone in your body.

Support-your-immune

SUPPORT YOUR IMMUNE HEALTH

When your body sleeps, it releases a small protein called cytokine, which helps fight inflammation, injury and trauma.

Lower-risks

LOWERS RISKS OF HEART DISEASES

During sleep, your sympathetic nervous system gets a chance to relax. This helps decrease heart risk.

Improve-your-bodies

IMPROVE YOUR BODY'S RECOVERY

Sleep helps you build up cells, recover from wounds and restore your body.

ARE YOU GETTING ENOUGH SLEEP?

For 18 years of age and older

What's keeping the world up tonight?

SHIFT DRIFT

SHIFT DRIFT

FIRST DAY NERVE-ITIS

FIRST DAY NERVE ITIS

WORK OVERDRIVE

WORK OVERDRIVE

WORKPLACE BROUHAHITIS

WORKPLACE BROUHAHITIS

TOO MUCH TO DO,
TOO LITTLE TIME

TOO MUCH TO DO, TOO LITTLE TIME