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Unveiling the Connection: Sleep's Impact on Mental Health - Mayura Ayurveda & Siddha Hospital
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Sleep and mental health

Unveiling the Connection: Sleep’s Impact on Mental Health

Quality sleep is not just a luxury; it’s a vital component of mental well-being. Adequate and restful sleep contributes significantly to a positive mental state, affecting mood, cognitive function, and emotional resilience. Research underscores the importance of sleep in regulating stress hormones and promoting overall brain health. Conversely, insufficient sleep is linked to heightened stress, anxiety, and mood disorders.

Understanding this connection is crucial for mental health maintenance. Prioritize a consistent sleep routine, aiming for 7-9 hours each night. Create a sleep-conducive environment, limit screen time before bed, and manage stress through relaxation techniques. By fostering healthy sleep habits, you pave the way for improved mental resilience and overall well-being.

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