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Get the Best Sleep of Your Life – TONIGHT!

February 8th, 2017
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If you ask most adults what they wish they had more of – chances are they would respond with: SLEEP!

Sleep is vital for the body to regenerate and grow new cells, maintain mental clarity and keep us lean.

The recommended amount of sleep per night is 7-10 hours – but did you know that nearly 1/3 of our population isn’t getting even close to that?

Instead of drifting off effortlessly into a deep, peaceful sleep, most of us spend hours tossing and turning while our minds race with thoughts. Chronic daily stress – worrying about bills, the endless to-do list, even sitting in traffic – all have adverse effects on our ability to get a good night’s sleep.

And that lack of sleep makes us physically ill, overweight and unable to handle our emotions.

In addition to stress, technology addiction – especially to our cell phones – has become a very real problem in the last few years. We now use our electronic devices for EVERYTHING including alarm clocks, tracking our food, our workouts, shopping and more. But did you know that looking at your electronics within an hour of bedtime can keep you awake for up to FOUR HOURS? The blue light that emits from your devices suppresses the production of melatonin – a hormone that is necessary for helping your body drift off to sleep.

Even what we eat and drink during the day can effect how we will sleep later that evening.

Because we know how important sleep is for you and your body, we’ve sifted through tons of research in order to help you get your best night’s rest yet.

If you want to learn more about how you can get the BEST sleep of your life tonight, then check out our brand new sleep report.

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=> Click here to get 7 Tips For A Perfect Night’s Sleep

 

 

 

Article Written by: Andi Petty

Andi is a CrossFit Level 1 trainer and Paleo enthusiast. She is currently seeking her PNL1 certification from Precision Nutrition. Read more of her work and connect with Andi here

Photo Credit: Nomao Saeki via Unsplash

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