Nursing’s Stephanie Griggs discussed how poor sleeping habits can affect overall health

People in their 40s tend to sleep the least: these tips can help

Healthline: Stephanie Griggs, assistant professor at the Frances Payne Bolton School of Nursing, discussed how poor sleep can affect physical, mental and cognitive health. “These processes and the stages of sleep are essential to help us restore, recover from illness, repair our body, consolidate our memories, and regulate our emotions to name a few,” said Griggs.