Excerpt from Departures.com – Our lives are getting busier and busier and that often affects not just the amount of time we set aside for rest but the quality of it, too. And that’s really bad news. Chronic sleep loss can lead to weight gain, high blood pressure, a decrease in cognitive function and immune system strength, and skincare issues (it’s called beauty sleep for a reason). That’s why it’s extremely important for adults to get between seven and nine hours of sleep, according to the National Sleep Foundation. That means making sure nothing in your bedroom interferes with your circadian rhythm.