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Can Good Sleep Actually Make You Younger?

Can Good Sleep Actually Make You Younger?

Do you find yourself wondering how to stop the aging process from wreaking havoc on your body? Most of us have! The search for the elusive Fountain of Youth has been going on for centuries. Throughout history, people have explored extreme measures in an attempt to reverse the inevitable process of aging. The quest for eternal youth has driven people to take daring journeys, embrace unconventional practices and delve into the realms of science and even pseudoscience. But could one of the answers be as easy as sleep? Beauty sleep doesn’t just exist in fairy tales. It’s very real and the effects of good quality sleep on our skin, body and mind have been proven by research.

Aging is a fact of life and the body isn’t built to last forever. But that doesn’t keep people from trying to reverse the natural aging process. That can mean everything from diet and exercise to more extremes like plastic surgery and alternative medicine. One billionaire is so invested in living longer, he’s dedicated his life to it, spending over $2 million a year on the endeavor which includes 111 daily supplements, countless medical tests and various procedures in addition to a strict diet, exercise regimen and a sleep wind down ritual.

But we don’t need to go to those extremes to slow down the aging process. There are easier things we can do to look and feel better longer. Things like paying attention to our diet and exercise, quitting smoking and limiting alcohol consumption and getting good sleep. Sleep plays a key role in helping slow down and prevent the signs of aging.

Sleep is the down time the body needs to repair cells, restore healthy hormone levels and rest the heart. It’s also the time when our skin repairs itself from daily free radical exposure – the leading cause of aging to the skin. And last - but certainly not least - the mind needs sleep to reset and recharge. In fact, poor sleep has the ability to negatively impact the immune system, body weight, mental health and the skin.

The CDC and the National Sleep Foundation recommend that we get 7 to 9 hours of sleep a night for optimal health results. That is the amount of time needed for a full sleep cycle and allows enough time for each of the 5 stages of the sleep cycle to perform their essential jobs. There is not one stage of sleep that can fully restore the body and mind – so depriving yourself of any of them can cause harm! But up to 30% of adults in the US report that they sleep for less than 6 hours each night. That’s almost 1 in every 3 people not getting the sleep that the body desperately needs.

A great way to make sure you’re getting the sleep you need while also boosting your skin’s repair process is Glotrition’s Sleep Gummiceutical. This multi-tasking beauty supplement not only helps you fall asleep, but it also boosts overnight skin renewal. It includes Ultra-Pure Melatonin, Selenium and Chamomile to help you fall into a deep, restful beauty sleep. It also contains the skin-loving vitamin D to boost overnight skin renewal, while niacinamide helps prevent premature signs of aging by boosting the skin’s natural collagen levels. This targeted blend also contains an effective micro-dose of natural Aloe Sterols which have been proven to stimulate collagen and hyaluronic acid production boosting hydration, elasticity and skin smoothness while you sleep. Like all Glotriton products, the new Sleep Gummiceutical is built on a foundation of antioxidant rich fruit powders.

Quality sleep is the foundation of our physical, mental and emotional well-being. Taking steps to ensure good quality sleep not only help us enjoy a more vibrant, productive and emotionally balanced life, but may also help us to slow down that aging process.
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