Did you know that deep, consistent sleep has a lasting, life-changing effect on your biological health? And when you gowithout deep, healthy sleep, one of the first places it show up is -- on your face.
Unfortunately, as we age our bodies have more difficulty reproducing the skin cells that make us look young, fresh, and renewed. So, if you could look younger, wouldn’t it be well worth it to find a way to sleep better?
Your skin cells need time to repair and regenerate and that’s a process which happens during sleep. Your face and skin will reflect the good effects of sleep because collagen is made while you sleep. Collagen helps reduce the appearance of wrinkles. Healthy sleep and a healthy sleep schedule also helps boost your immune system, which means blemishes and rashes are less likely to occur.