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Who doesn’t like those late-night binges and Netflix marathons? We find them just as thrilling as you do. But here’s what we discovered — sleep is the biggest factor that affects our immunity. Well, in order to understand the importance of this fact fully, we must first recall what it means to have a healthy immune system.
In biological terms, immunity is the capability of multicellular organisms to resist harmful microorganisms. Studies show that people who don't get quality sleep or enough sleep are more likely to get sick after being exposed to a virus, such as a common cold virus. Amidst the growing workload and late-night culture, the importance of proper sleep is often side-lined. This issue is extremely relevant in the current pandemic when people are working from home.
So yes, lack of sleep can affect your body’s ability to resist viruses. The reason is that during sleep, your immune system releases proteins called cytokines, some of which help promote sleep. Certain cytokines need to increase when you have an infection or inflammation, or when you're under stress. Sleep deprivation may decrease production of these protective cytokines, and reversely sleep helps boost your body’s immunity (as do our Immunity Booster Gummies!).
Why exactly do we need sleep?
Sleep is an essential function that allows your body and mind to recharge, leaving you refreshed and alert when you wake up. Healthy sleep also helps the body remain healthy and stave off diseases. Without enough sleep, the brain cannot function properly. This can impair your abilities to concentrate, think clearly, and process memories.
Can sleep deprivation make you sick?
A lack of nightly sleep has been connected to both short-term illnesses and the risk of chronic diseases like diabetes, poor mental health, heart problems, high blood pressure and stroke. Researchers increasingly believe that this is tied to how sleep deprivation interferes with the normal functioning of the immune system. However, such problems are preventable to some extent when one maintains a healthy lifestyle along with a proper sleep cycle.
How many hours a night should one sleep?
Allow us to be candid with you- you need only six hours of perfectly restful sleep each night, and the good news is that we can help you achieve your sleep-goals with our Restful sleep gummies! The optimal amount of sleep is seven to eight hours for most adults, nine to 10 hours for teenagers, and 10 or more hours of sleep for school-aged children; but remember -- more sleep isn't always better. For adults, sleeping more than nine to 10 hours a night may result in a poor quality of sleep.
How can you improve sleep and strengthen your immune system?
Welly’s here to help you achieve your sleep and immunity goals! We have observed that our Restful sleep gummies help a person fall asleep within 20 minutes, and our natural approach to our products will help you sleep a worriless sleep. The good news is that you can now be healthy while being happy! By using our Immunity Booster Gummies, you can rewire/retrain your immunity system to say no to cold and flu.
Alongside consuming our tasty, fun and happy health supplement gummies, you can adopt the following methods to induce restful sleep:
Now that you understand how sleep and immunity are sort of in a symbiotic relationship, you should be in one with a good night’s sleep too! Over the years, general tendencies have changed and most of us are now habitual to being night owls. But as important as it is to let loose once in a while, it’s essential for our health and immunity that we maintain proper sleep cycles. And we’re enthralled to tell you that we at Welly can help achieve your health goals- check out our Restful sleep gummies and Immunity Booster Gummies to adopt a healthy and happy lifestyle!