Why sleeping well matters

By Md Ijaj Khan
21 September 2022

Improves Concentration and productivity

Good sleep enhances memory power and improves productivity, while poor sleep impairs brain function and decision-making skills.

Enhances Athletic Performance

Enough sleep can improve athletic skills and help muscle growth.

Strengthens Heart

Low sleep quality and duration can increase your risk of heart-related diseases as well as increase levels of high blood pressure.

Risk of type-2 Diabetes

Short sleep is associated with a greater risk of developing type-2 diabetes and insulin resistance.


Mental health concerns, such as depression, are strongly linked to poor sleep quality and sleeping disorders.

Immune system

Lack of sleep can impair the immune system. Take at least 7 hours of sleep to improve your immune system.


Sleep disturbance has been linked to higher levels of inflammation. Over time, this can increase your risk of developing chronic conditions like heart disease, depression, etc.


A lack of sleep can have a negative impact on your health and safety. Therefore, you must make sleep a priority and take care of it.