Sleep is important for our health. Better sleep can improve your health, helps you make better decisions and have higher better.
“One of the problems with insufficient sleep is that people are not very good at predicting how poorly they are doing when they are under-slept. Your subjective sense of how you are doing is a miserable predictor of how objectively how you are doing,” Dr. Matthew Walker, director of the Sleep and Neuroimaging Lab at the University of California at Berkeley.
You will be more likely to stick to your diet.
You will be less likely to get sick or die early.
You will make better financial decisions.
You will perform at higher levels.
You will be less likely to suffer an accident during the commute.
You will be more aware of how those around you are feeling.
You will be calmer.
You will be happier.
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