As many as 70 million Americans may be affected by chronic sleep loss or sleep disorders, at an annual cost of $16 billion in health care expenses and $50 billion in lost productivity Recent studies revealed that sleep is an important factor in learning. According to the research, there was a direct, positive correlation between how much sleep a person is having and their ability to learn, remember, and think. Volunteers who slept eight hours outperformed those who only received six hours of sleep. Furthermore, experts contend that an inappropriate amount of sleep will hinder ones mood, causing them to be irritable and unhappy. Getting the correct amount of sleep is, as mentioned above, an important biological function whose effects continue throughout the entire day. The right mattress may make all the difference.
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