Do you ever have nights where it seems like you get tons of sleep, but you still feel dog-tired in the morning?
How much better would your career and personal relationships be if you showed up every day fully rested, rejuvenated, bright and alert?
And it’s a shame, because often just a few simple tweaks could get you much higher quality rest in the time you have available for sleep.
If you feel at all sleep-deprived—or you’re just looking to improve your sleep any way you can—you’re not alone.
Scientists have discovered that there is a direct link between sleeping fewer than six hours per night and premature death.
In fact, sleep less than six hours per night, and you’re 12% more likely to die prematurely than those who get adequate sleep.
If you’re constantly pushing yourself like you’re a 20-year-old college student, burning the candle at both ends, how effective can you be?
The human body is engineered to function in a certain way, so the bottom line is you have to get the right balance of enough, but not too much, sleep.
If you’re like most people in the fast-paced, modern world, you cycle between too little sleep during the work-week and too much sleep on the weekend when you’re trying to catch up.
They’re addictive, mask underlying problems, and often leave you feeling more tired during the day than you would if you hadn’t taken them at all.
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