World Sleep Day, why do we celebrate?

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TILA is a meditation and wellness app that offers a variety of features to help users relax, meditate, and sleep better. The app features a selection of guided meditations for different needs, a nature sounds function, a section for bedtime stories, as well as Baby TILA, a new section designed to help little ones get an excellent rest.

MEXICO CITY - Arizonar -- WHY CELEBRATE WORLD SLEEP DAY?

One of the biggest reasons to celebrate this day is to raise awareness about the importance of sleep and promote the prevention and treatment of sleep disorders. This initiative was started in 2008 by the World Association of Sleep Medicine (WASM) and has since become a global campaign to promote healthy sleep.

A study published in the European Heart Journal in 2019 found that chronic lack of sleep has been linked to an increased risk of cardiovascular diseases, including high blood pressure, coronary heart disease, and stroke. This is because during sleep, the body carries out important processes such as tissue repair, regulation of blood pressure, and reduction of inflammation in the body, among others.

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On this World Sleep Day, TILA invites everyone to reflect on the importance of sleep and its impact on our physical and mental health. Lack of sleep can affect our ability to concentrate, our memory, and our mood, so it is essential to make sleep quality a priority in our lives.

TILA is committed  to offer tools and resources to help people sleep better and improve their overall well-being. The app is available for free on Android and iOS devices.

Let's celebrate World Sleep Day together and work together to ensure that everyone has a good night's rest.

Download TILA and start improving your sleep quality today.

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