How Sleep Keeps You Young

by Dec 17, 2022Uncategorized0 comments

Dec 17, 2022

We all know how important it is to get a good night’s rest each and every night. A healthy adult should be getting between seven to eight hours of sleep regularly. This is simply because sleep plays a vital role in how your body functions! During sleep, your body is working hard to support healthy brain function and maintain your physical health. Sleep also impacts how well you think, react, work, learn, and even get along with others! 

But did you also know that sleep can help keep you young? While you sleep, your body is repairing your cells and restoring the energy you used up during the day. When you miss out on sleep, your body can begin to be run down- and you can literally start to age faster.

Dr. Eric Ciliberti, sleep expert and clinical neurologist, said it best: 

“Let me explain. At night while you’re sleeping, your body releases a natural chemical called human growth hormone (HGH). Its primary role is to undo the physical stress exerted on the body from daily activity. Your body literally heals when you sleep. Unfortunately, HGH production declines significantly as we age, and it’s thought that this design is one of the primary contributors to the aging process.

Although HGH has been synthesized and is available as a prescription, taking it comes with some serious risks. The best way to ensure that your natural HGH levels stay high as you age is to get a good night’s sleep each and every night. Why rely on dangerous drugs when your body can produce what you need naturally? Research shows that getting to sleep before midnight is vital, as this helps trigger the release of HGH, so it can do its job healing and repairing your body.”

While you are sleeping, your body is working overtime to grow and repair your cells. During this time, our cells are strengthening our biological defense mechanisms that fight back against the destruction from different environmental sources, such as radical cells and UV rays. These environmental sources directly contribute to aging and disease. To combat these harmful sources, our bodies are working hard to produce proteins. One of the most important proteins produced is collagen, which is vital for healthy and youthful looking skin. An increase in collagen will help your skin to be less wrinkled and looking more plump. 

Lack of sleep can also cause your skin to become unbalanced. This ultimately leads to your skin being dehydrated; dehydration and excess fluid retention are significant contributors to the most visible signs of aging. Not to mention if you are regularly mixing caffeine and alcohol into your diet, your skin will be even more dehydrated. Dehydration is also a common cause of dark circles under your eyes, which is something everyone is unfortunately familiar with. Dark circles tend to give off a more aged appearance. So if your body is not hydrated enough, it can cause the skin around your eyes to look dull and dry. This is why it’s vital to maintain a good sleep routine to keep your skin looking balanced and bright. 

Not getting enough Zzz’s impacts more than just your skin. Lack of sleep also contributes directly to stress, which can induce premature hair loss! Studies show that not getting enough sleep can further hair loss, breakage, and damage. This is due to our hair follicles not gaining enough nutrients, vitamins, and minerals from sleep. Melatonin is also a sleep promoting hormone produced while you sleep, which impacts hair growth. Lack of sleep means lack of melatonin which means (you guessed it) lack of hair growth! It’s essential to get seven to eight hours to make sure your hair is looking healthy and full.

We have good news and bad news. The good news is, if you’re in your 20’s, lack of sleep probably won’t impact your skin too much. Bad news is, if you’re 40 or over – it will! But don’t worry, we found some solutions that can work for everyone.

To combat the aging process, you can try:

  • Exercising regularly
  • Eating a healthy diet
  • Reducing your stress
  • Avoiding alcohol and caffeine
  • Protecting yourself from harmful UV rays
  • Following a good skincare routine
  • Getting enough sleep!

While some of these changes may be harder to implement, not getting enough sleep definitely isn’t. With Relaxium Sleep, you never have to worry about whether or not you’re going to get a good night’s sleep. Relaxium has curated an extremely effective sleep supplement. Utilizing many sleep promoting ingredients such as: ashwagandha, magnesium, melatonin, chamomile extract, passionflower extract, and more! Keep your skin and body feeling younger and healthier with Relaxium Sleep.

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You can always count on Relaxium to help you fall asleep quicker, stay asleep longer, and wake up feeling refreshed and rejuvenated!

The best part is – Relaxium does more than just aid in your sleep. It also is designed to promote better mood balance, fewer aches and pains, a stronger immune system, and even better digestion!

To restful and healthy days ahead,

The Relaxium Team

* These statements have not been evaluated by the Food & Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease


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