How Does Sleep Affect Your Face?
With a good quality mattress, a pleasant night’s rest is achieved and also, during sleep, our body repairs and rejuvenates itself. Cells are restored, growth hormone is activated, and insulin levels drop. When you choose the right mattress, the sleep you get is deeper. Keep in mind that our body cannot rest entirely on a too soft or sagging bed.
Your skin uses hours of sleep to recover and restore itself from the damage suffered during the day. During sleep, the skin increases its cellular oxygenation, the facial muscles benefit from rest and free radicals are eliminated, those molecules that activate cellular ageing, including those of your skin.
Good Sleep Reduces Stress Levels, Acne & Skin Spots
When you don’t sleep well, your body goes into a stress state, so the body’s functions are on high alert. The most obvious manifestations are the skin starts suffering, accompanied by the appearance of spots and acne on the face. This occurs because, when undergoing stress, your body releases cortisol, ultimately responsible for these unsightly outbreaks of spots.
What Are the Benefits of Good Sleep for My Skin?
While you sleep, your skin begins the generation of new tissue. As a result, collagen production is considerably increased, which is essential to maintain the skin’s resistance and elasticity.
- The skin suffers less and appears clearer, more radiant and more attractive.
- The eyes look brighter, and the dark circles disappear.
- Growth hormone is most active at night and is what promotes the regeneration of cells in the skin.
- The skin at night breathes slower and deeper, oxygenating itself better. This increases the permeability, which is why cosmetic products are absorbed faster.
Sleeping on the wrong mattress or a too old mattress can also cause back and neck pain. On the other hand, choosing a suitable mattress offers excellent skin and health benefits, starting with the fact that you will wake up with a very rested body that will reflect on your skin’s brightness every morning.
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