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How Important is a Good Sleep for your Mental Wellbeing?

How Important is a Good Sleep for your Mental Wellbeing?

Sleep, Brain Health and Mental Wellness. 

Good sleep health is an important aspect of our lives, yet it remains a mystery in many ways. We spend about a third of our lives sleeping, and its importance for overall wellbeing is huge. One interesting area of sleep research is its connection to brain inflammation. The link between sleep and mental wellbeing is a topic that has gained significant attention in recent years.

Inflammation is a natural response of the body's immune system to protect against infections and injury. However, when inflammation becomes chronic and sustained, it can have negative effects on the body, including the brain. This inflammation has been connected with various neurological disorders, such as Alzheimer's, and Parkinson's disease.

Research has shown that poor quality sleep can trigger an increase in brain inflammation. When we sleep, the brain goes through various phases, including slow wave sleep (SWS) and rapid eye movement (REM) sleep, which are crucial for cognitive functions, memory, and emotional blance. During these phases, the brain undergoes a process of repair and detoxification, helping to clear waste products.

A Good Nights Sleep

When our sleep is disrupted this crucial process of repair and detoxification is impaired. This leads to the accumulation of waste products and an increase in inflammation, resulting in a range of cognitive and emotional issues, including memory problems, mood disturbances, and even an increased risk of neurological diseases.

Lack of sleep, often due to our fast paced modern lifestyles, can have a major impact on brain health. The good news is that improving sleep habits can mitigate these effects. Simple measures like maintaining a regular sleep schedule, creating a relaxing bedtime routine, and avoiding stimulants like caffeine or electronic devices before bedtime can all contribute to better sleep quality and reduced brain inflammation.


Prioritising sleep and healthy sleep habits are critical steps for optimal brain health and overall wellbeing.

Our Brain Health nutritional supplement helps you get that all important sleep by reducing inflammation. It improves your resilience to stress, therefore calming those whirring thoughts that can prevent us from enjoying a great sleep.

So, the next time you consider burning the midnight oil, think twice – Good sleep and mental wellbeing, go hand in hand.