Did you know that sleep is one of the most important things we can do for our COGNITIVE mental wellness? Studies have shown that getting enough sleep can help improve our attention span, memory, and problem-solving abilities. And who doesn’t want to be a problem-solving ninja? Unfortunately, our busy schedules and non-stop stimulation from screens and devices make getting a good night’s rest tough. That’s where we come in. To continue our series for May’s Mental Health Month, we’ll share tips and tricks for getting the best sleep possible, along with the science behind sleep and cognitive wellness.
So, get ready to snuggle up with your favorite blanket, and let’s explore the world of sleep and its impact on our cognitive mental health.
There is a growing body of research linking sleep to cognitive mental health. Sleep is important for the restoration and consolidation of cognitive processes, including learning, memory, and attention.
Overall, the science linking sleep to cognitive and mental health suggests that getting enough high-quality sleep is essential for optimal cognitive functioning and emotional well-being.
So, whether it’s creating a relaxing bedtime routine, investing in some comfy pillows, or simply powering down your devices a little earlier each night, there are plenty of ways to improve your sleep patterns and get the rest you need. Stay tuned for the next Wellness Wednesday! In the meantime, sweet dreams and happy snoozing!
Published on May 17, 2023
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