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“If Everybody Slept Well And Rested More, The World Would Be Better Place.”

Dr. Loris Bonamassa
Author of Sleep Well To Live Better, is leading the drive to inform and teach people worldwide how to sleep better in order to create the essential conditions to live a fulfilled life and succeed professionally.

Sleep Well To Live Better!

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10 Known Consequences Of Sleep Loss. This Is What It Can Do To You

#1: Sleepiness Causes Accidents

Sleep deprivation was a factor in big disasters such as the massive Exxon Valdez oil spill and the 1986 nuclear meltdown at Chernobyl. But sleep loss is also a big public safety hazard that can slow reaction time as much as driving drunk. Estimates show that fatigue is a cause in 100,000 auto crashes and 1,550 crash-related deaths a year in the U.S. as well as accidents and injuries on the job.

The Importance of Sleep

One third of our life is spent sleeping and the remaining two thirds are influenced by how we have slept.

Nowadays an increasing number of people sleep badly, do not rest well or wake up more tired then when they went to bed. Thus, the day starts with no charge, no energy, it is negatively conditioned both in terms of professional and personal life with reference to physical and mental health, the loved ones and the relationship with others.

10 Known Consequences Of Sleep Loss. This Is What It Can Do To You

#2: Sleep Loss Dumbs You Down

Sleep plays a critical role in thinking and learning. Lack of sleep hurts these cognitive processes in many ways. First, it impairs attention, concentration and problem solving. This makes it more difficult to learn efficiently. Second, during the night, various sleep cycles play a role in “consolidating” memories in the mind. If you don’t get enough sleep, you won’t be able to remember what you learnt during the day.

Find out the ritual you need to follow before going to bed to get ready for a good night.

10 Known Consequences Of Sleep Loss. This Is What It Can Do To You

#3: Sleep Deprivation Can Lead to Serious Health Problems

Sleep disorders and chronic sleep loss can put you at risk for heart disease, heart attack, heart failure, irregular heartbeat, high blood pressure, stroke and diabetes. According to some estimates, 90% of people with insomnia also have another health condition.

The 5-Step Solution

Achieving health by sleeping well!

Even those who are not sleep experts can think about it and take actions to improve their sleep and life. Do not be afraid of it being difficult or expensive, or do not think it is necessary to be doctors or experts in the field. Nothing of this is true: the 5 steps will guide you in a simple, quick and safe manner to obtain the result that you have set as a goal.

10 Known Consequences Of Sleep Loss. This Is What It Can Do To You

#4: Lack of Sleep Kills Sex Drive

Sleep specialists say that sleep-deprived men and women report lower libidos. Depleted energy, sleepiness, and tension may be largely to blame. A study published in the Journal of Clinical Endocrinology 2002 suggests that many men with sleep apnea also have low testosterone levels.

With a fully restorative sleep, one recharges the body and the brain, awakening with more force, more charge, more positivity and more energy.

10 Known Consequences Of Sleep Loss. This Is What It Can Do To You

#5: Sleepiness Is Depressing

Over time, lack of sleep and sleep disorders can contribute to depression symptoms. In a 2005 Sleep in America poll, people who were diagnosed with depression or anxiety were more likely to sleep less than six hours at night. In a 2007 study of 10,000 people, those with insomnia were five times as likely to develop depression as those without.

Why listen to Loris

The problem of not resting well had serious consequences on my day-to-day activities
I felt tired, painful, and listless during the day, I did not have 100% of my energy at my disposal. I wanted to fully live my days, but I had difficulties in falling asleep. Or I fell asleep immediately because I was tired, but then I woke up in the middle of the night and could not get back to sleep. My stomach burnt and the acid reflux was my companion during my nights, along with headache I could not understand the origins of.

10 Known Consequences Of Sleep Loss. This Is What It Can Do To You

#6: Lack Of Sleep Ages Your Skin

Chronic sleep loss can lead to lackluster skin, fine lines, and dark circles under the eyes. When you don’t get enough sleep, your body releases more of the stress hormone cortisol. In excess amounts, cortisol can break down skin collagen, the protein that keeps skin smooth and elastic.

A Familly Passion for Good Sleep

The art of good sleeping has been a family business for the Bonamassas ever since 1964 when Loris’ father founded Dormiflex in Venice, a company that was to become Italy’s leading manufacturer of mattresses.
Following the family tradition, Dr. Loris Bonamassa has dedicated his life to teaching people the importance of sleeping well. He is the author of several books on teh subject, including “DORMIRE BENE PER VIVERE MEGLIO – Mind, 2016, “IL NOSTRO SOGNO PUO CONTINUARE” – Mondadori, 2017, “SLEEP WELL TO LIVE BETTER” – Mind, 2018, “IO SONO L’UOMO DEI SOGNI” – Rubbettino Editore, 2019, He is also Editor of the monthly Newsletter “Follow your dreams”.
Dr. Loris Bonamassa travels extensively to speak at conferences and participate in events promoting the importance of sleeping well for a better life.
Dr. Loris Bonamassa
Among his achievements:
Collaborations with the National / International Medical and Healthcare world
Developer of Sleep Aids CE Certified Medical Devices
Sleep Quality Consultant of Professional and Amateur Sports Professionals

10 Known Consequences Of Sleep Loss. This Is What It Can Do To You

#7: Sleepiness Makes You Forgetful

In 2009, American and French researchers determined that brain events called “sharp wave ripples” are responsible for consolidating memory. The ripples also transfer learned information from the hippocampus to the neocortex of the brain, where long-term memories are stored. Sharp wave ripples occur mostly during the deepest levels of sleep.

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10 Known Consequences Of Sleep Loss. This Is What It Can Do To You

#8: Losing Sleep Can Make You Gain Weight

When it comes to body weight, it may be that if you snooze, you lose. Lack of sleep seems to be related to an increase in hunger and appetite, and possibly to obesity. According to a 2004 study, people who sleep less than six hours a day were almost 30 percent more likely to become obese than those who slept seven to nine hours.

10 Known Consequences Of Sleep Loss. This Is What It Can Do To You

#9: Lack of Sleep May Increase Risk of Death

In the “Whitehall II Study,” British researchers looked at how sleep patterns affected the mortality of more than 10,000 British civil servants over two decades. The results, published in 2007, showed that those who had cut their sleep from seven to five hours or fewer a night nearly doubled their risk of death from all causes.

Sleep Well To Live Better!

Buy the book: “Sleep well to live better”
In this book you will find out how you no longer have back pain, neck ache or neck pain. And not only! Maybe you have trouble falling asleep and you do not know how to do it.

10 Known Consequences Of Sleep Loss. This Is What It Can Do To You

#10: Sleep Loss Impairs Judgment, Especially About Sleep

Lack of sleep can affect our interpretation of events. This hurts our ability to make sound judgments because we may not assess situations accurately and act on them wisely.