Sustainable Sleep & Recovery
Science has conclusively shown us that most people need 7-9 hours of sleep to function correctly. 1/3 of us are now getting fewer than 6 hours of sleep each night. Lack of sleep is nothing short of catastrophic because sleep deprivation affects every cell and organ system in the body. Not getting enough sleep is associated with everything from obesity to diabetes to autoimmune disease to Alzheimer’s. The bottom line is that it’s impossible to reach your healthiest self if you don’t get enough sleep.
The keys to improving your sleep are making it a priority, reducing your exposure to artificial light at night, creating an environment conducive to sleep, and eating high-quality foods.
If you would like some help with improving your sustainable sleep please contact us for an initial consultation.