Sleep For better and Glowing skin

Updated: Oct 26, 2018

Beauty sleep is no joke; the benefits of sleep for skin have been proven and documented, turning the idiom into a known fact. While we sleep, our skin and bodies are actually in repair mode. Not only does sleep promote skin health, but it can also benefit your heart, weight, mind and more.

The benefits of sleep for skin include fewer wrinkles, less sagging, rejuvenated color, fewer acne blemishes, and less inflammation.

Ways your skin suffers from not sleeping.

If that wasn’t enough reason to crawl into bed for a good night rest. Here are the 4 ways lack of sleep is ruining your skin and wreaking havoc on your appearance.

1. Your immune system is weakened without enough sleep. Sleep deprivation suppresses immune system functioning. Those who suffer from Cystic acne should make special note regarding this lack of sleep’s effect on skin; deep acne lesions are caused by an infection of the P. acnes bacteria deep within pores, which is harder to fight off while immunity is weak. Getting quality sleep can improve your skin’s health by reducing inflammation in addition to making you more resilient to colds and viruses.

2. There is a direct correlation between stress and the onset of hair loss. Report show that sleep deprivation is a ruthless form of stress to the body. Which is basically an indirect way stating that lack of sleep (increase in cortisol and stress levels) can cause premature hair loss.

3. Sleep deprivation causes a decrease in blood flow to the skin surrounding your face. Another benefit of sleep for skin is the increased blood flow to the facial area overnight. Your body uses its time resting to pump oxygen to your complexion in order to "breathe out" pollutants and free radicals accumulated throughout the day. This helps repair any damage incurred, restore your complexion, and provide a radiant, colorful glow.

4. Not enough sleep results in less beauty. While you're sleeping, the body's hydration re-balances. Skin is able to recover moisture, while excess water in general in the body is processed for removal. Not getting enough sleep results in poor water balance, leading to puffy bags under your eyes and under-eye circles, as well as dryness and more visible wrinkles.

Steps toward Sleeping Beauty

· Try to wake up and go to bed at the same time every day.

· Sleep in a dark, quiet room.

· Skip caffeine late in the day and avoid drinking too much alcohol.

· Wash your face nightly and apply skin care treatments

· Exercise during the day

· Keep your body in sync

· Don’t eat a big meal too late in the day

Getting your beauty sleep isn’t an old cliché — it’s a must for having skin that glows

Sleep well and look pretty Queens.

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