The dangers of sleep deprivation 

The struggle of not getting sufficient sleep is real! 1 in 3 adults suffers from sleep deprivation! In these strange times we live in, most of us have forgotten that lack of sleep can often lead to serious consequences for our body and mind.


Let’s explore how difficulties catching enough Zs affect our health and our figure.

Short-term effects 

It happens to everyone. You spend the night tossing and turning, trying really hard to lull yourself into sleep. No luck. Hours pass and before you know it your alarm goes off and your tired and grumpy self enters a new day. Just great!

But being sluggish after a poor slumber is the least of your worries. Inadequate sleep means your body doesn’t replenish its energy and repair itself.

It can also affect judgement, the ability to learn and memorise information and result in impaired focus that can cause accidents and injury. 

Long-term effects

Sleep deprivation has other more profound consequences too. 

Most of us need around 8 hours of good-quality sleep to function normally. An occasional night with sub-optimal sleep won’t harm your health but admit to yourself that it doesn’t happen once in a blue moon.

Some of the serious effects of sleep deprivation include proneness to heart disease, high blood pressure and diabetes. It can also result in depression. 

The link between insomnia and obesity has been extensively studied too and research has shown that not only can sleep loss stimulate appetite, it also has you craving for food with high fat and carb contents. Just great!

Improve your sleep patterns to remain fit and healthy

Nobody said it was easy, but getting your sleep pattern in order is really worth it as it can improve the quality of your life, relationships, as well as decrease the likelihood of injury and getting physically and mentally sick. 

Tips to get your sleep in order: 

  • Limit daytime naps

  • Go to bed and wake up at roughly the same time every day, even during weekends and holidays

  • Refrain from using your phone and watching TV directly before bedtime

  • Spend the last hours before bedtime doing relaxing activities, such as reading a book, exercising moderately, meditating, taking a bath or simply enjoying the company of your loved ones

  • Say no to alcohol and heavy meals late in the evening

  • Take natural supplements to catch up on lost sleep, such as the GlandLine SleepLux.

GlandLine SleepLux

It’s a hormone-free natural sleep aid that helps to induce and maintain sound sleep, and can also reduce insomnia and other sleep problems, thanks to its nutrients and herbal extracts. 

GlandLine Sleep Lux is the go-to food supplement for people who work shifts, suffer from age-related sleep problems and those who experience stress-related sleep problems.

We’ve cracked the numbers too: it reduces insomnia by 42%*, decreases agitation by 35%*, reduces tension by 18%* and improves sleep quality by up to 33%*.

Grab hold of it and get the sleep you deserve, every day!

*Disclaimer: The effects of the product may vary between individuals and could differ from those described on the website 

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