Feeling tired and irritable may be the most obvious effects of not sleeping well, but they are not the only ways that sleep problems impact us. Chronically poor sleep can influence many aspects of our health.
People who produce healthy levels of melatonin tend to sleep soundly through the night. But for many people—particularly as they age—the production of this hormone is disrupted, causing them to have problems falling asleep and/or staying asleep.
It’s estimated that one in five Americans has some kind of sleep problem. While a number of factors cause these problems, but arguably the most important one is the natural age-related decline in our body’s ability to produce melatonin.
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