Quality sleep can help your day start stronger
With daylight savings right around the corner, we wanted to ensure our COLD-FXers were practicing healthy sleep habits. Longer nights and shorter days can affect your night routines and sleep patterns, thereby impacting your immune health. We’re here to help ensure you are feeling well rested and on the road to optimal immune health and feeling your best!
First off, did you know that sleep contributed to your immune function? According to a study on sleep and immune function, lack of quality sleep or simply not getting enough sleep increases your likelihood of getting infected with the common cold virus. Sleep also impacts your immune system’s ability to recover quickly.
To ensure you wake up feeling your best, here are three sleep tips to weave into your bedtime routine.