• Don’t burn the candle at both ends this holiday season.
Aim for 7-9 hours sleep, because sleep improves concentration and productivity.
• Worried about gaining weight this holiday season?
Aim for 7-9 hours sleep most nights, because sleep reduces the risk of weight gain.
• Does seeing relatives with conditions like heart disease and diabetes during this holiday season remind you that you’re at risk?
Aim for 7-9 hours sleep regularly, because sleep reduces the risk of diabetes and cardiovascular disease.
• The holiday season is a difficult time for those of us who struggle with clinical depression.
Aim for 7-9 hours sleep every night if you can, because quality sleep has been linked to a lower risk of depression.
• All too often, we succumb to colds, flu and other minor ailments just when we should be having fun during the holiday season.
Good quality sleep boosts your immune function, so aim for 7-9 hours sleep most nights.
• If you want to maintain sport or athletic performance during the holiday season., get your zzzs.
Good quality sleep boosts healing and performance, so aim for 7-9 hours sleep most nights.
Can’t sleep? Ask your physiotherapist about how to sleep better.