Clean sleeping, just like clean eating, can have a major impact on your health and well-being. Inadequate sleep contributes to all sorts of serious health problems, like weight gain and heart disease. And these problems start at a young age – kids missing out on those precious Zzzs will already see the negative effects on their cholesterol and waistlines. Clean sleeping sounds simple: all you need to do is get seven to eight hours of quality sleep per night. But with people’s addictions to screens, sleep patterns are being disrupted and quality sleep is hard to get. That’s why it’s important to put the phones away and turn off the TV at bedtime.