The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recommend good-quality sleep for better health and productivity.
Various studies have shown that eight hours of sleep every night is crucial for physical and psychological health and for boosting memory and productivity. Sufficient sleep is essential for the body to heal and for the repair of the heart and blood vessels. Good sleep hygiene has been linked to increased problem-solving skills and better memory performance in children and adults. People who sleep less than five hours are at a higher risk of diabetes, heart disease, asthma, and depression.