That's right, the Better Sleep Month was established by the Better Sleep Council in May of 1985, to help focus attention on the importance of sleep in our lives.
Good sleep is often an overlooked priority in our fast paced lives, but is essential for our health and happiness. The consequences of poor sleep are numerous and can include reduced concentration, irritability, stress, and mood swings. It can lead to poor work performance and even dangerous conditions for those who drive for a living.
So please make sleep a priority in your life and get at least 6 to 8 hours of good sleep per night. Good quality bedding can make a difference in your comfort and how well you sleep so make sure you have a good quality mattress and bedding materials.
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