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June 6, 2017

Five Critical Mistakes Robbing You Of Amazing Sleep

by Wendy Myers


Everyone says sleep is “important,” but they fail to qualify that. We know it’s important, but how important? “Why should I care?” is what you’re often left asking.

If you get less than 6 hours of quality sleep you are – metabolically – a type II diabetic the following day because of poor sleep’s affect on blood sugar regulation. If you’re not sure what that means, let me tell you: when you have the glucose control of a diabetic that spells insipid weight gain and preventable disease. Interested now?

And notice I said “quality” sleep. If you’re hitting the sheets for 7 hours, there’s a good chance you’re dipping well under the six hour mark on the quality scale.

I could go on about the negative effects to mental performance, physical performance, recovery, mental health, and testosterone levels — the list is days long. But, this isn’t an article about the importance of sleep, it’s a guide to fixing sleep mistakes.

Here’s the top five critical mistakes robbing you of amazing sleep…

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