We believe that optimal sleep is not only related to what time someone goes to bed and gets up, but that quality of sleep is deeply affected by the daily activities of each individual. In a world where we are constantly striving to be productive, it can be difficult to develop personal healthy habits such as exercise, mindfulness, and emotional control as well as regulate the unhealthy habits such as excess food, drug, and social media consumption. Without the balance of time and energy into these various practices, optimal sleep is almost impossible to achieve.
That's why we created Dreamland. Dreamland rewards users for sleep and healthy habits that lead to better sleep. By leveraging the power of gamification and blockchain, we are on a mission to transform the health of millions all around the world.
Sleep is a vital part of your life, and when you don't get enough sleep, every aspect of your life is affected. Getting a good night's sleep depends on many factors, including your diet, level of physical activity, stress management strategies, and the environment around you.
Sleep is a science—improving sleep isn't just a quick fix; it requires an ongoing healthy lifestyle. Sleep is a process that starts during the day as soon as we get up. To achieve sustainable long-term results we need to approach sleep from a holistic perspective - balancing physical, mental and emotional health.
Physical health can be defined as the general well-being of your body. Good physical health depends on proper sleep, nutrition and exercise.
According to the Sleep Foundation, sleep and exercise are interdependent. By improving your exercise routine, you may sleep better and by getting enough sleep, you may be able to exercise more during the day. The study also suggests that regular physical activity can be as effective as prescription sleep medications at improving sleep quality and reducing the chances of developing sleep disorders.
Similarly, diet and sleep are linked. Your diet affects the quality of your sleep, and vice versa. A healthy diet helps your body produce melatonin, which regulates your sleep cycle. When you eat a balanced and healthy diet, you're more likely to have more consistent sleep patterns and be able to wake up feeling refreshed.
According to The World Health Organization (WHO), “Mental health is a state of well-being in which an individual realizes his or her own abilities, can cope with the normal stresses of life, can work productively, and is able to make a contribution to his or her community.”
The link between mental health and sleep is well-established. Those with depression and anxiety are more likely to have trouble sleeping, and individuals with sleep disorders are more likely to experience mental health issues. For example, among the 300 million people worldwide who have suffered from depression, around 75% of them show symptoms of insomnia.
In today's society, it's more important than ever to take care of your mental health.
Emotional health is your ability to cope with both positive and negative emotions, including being aware of them.
Studies indicate that lack of sleep impairs your ability to sense the emotions of others and to process emotions overall. On the flip side, stress is one of the most common reasons why people have trouble sleeping. The best way to combat this problem is to improve your emotional health. Good emotional health is critical to your productivity and ability to cope with life's stresses. It can lead to greater personal satisfaction and achievement.
As you can see, sleep is connected to almost every system of the human body and affects every aspect of our daily lives, yet for many people, sleep is not a priority. We believe improving sleep quality can also improve one's quality of life drastically, and to do so requires a holistic approach; developing healthy habits such as exercise, stress management, diet, and more. Our goal is to empower people to sleep better, get healthier, and live their best lives.
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