Friday, June 10, 2016
Sleep Makes Adolescent Binge Eating Disorder Treatment Easier
Not getting enough rest can mess up your entire day. It’s as if you are an electronic device that works best after it’s been plugged in for 8 hours a night. A good night of sleep can help enhance your problem solving skills, creativity, memory, learning ability, and more. Being sleep deprived is commonly linked with mood swings, depression, suicidal thoughts, and a lack of motivation. Many times people with a binge eating disorder are associated with sleep deprived behaviors. Aspire Wellness has adolescent binge eating disorder treatment programs that put a large focus on sleeping well at night. Those who have eating disorders are often stressed which make it difficult to fall asleep and this creates poor sleep habits.