Good sleep is a vital part of building muscle, job performance, focus, energy levels, health, longevity, happiness, and mental health. But the modern world has made it tough for the average person to get enough of the right type of sleep.
You see, artificial lights and screens are just a few of the obstacles that cause our bodies to have a hard time going to sleep. If you find yourself waking up at night often, going to sleep very late, or spending more than twenty minutes to get to bed, this podcast episode is for you. I’ve picked up some tips from various sleep research books.
The truth is that there are various things you could be un-intentionally doing that are priming your body to not fall asleep. On top of that, there are societal pressures to sleep less. We’re taught the harder you work, the more you succeed, so people sacrifice sleep. Or people just love TV and video games since it’s so addictive that they stay up late. Because of these factors, people get much less of the best stages of restorative sleep they need to feel refreshed.
You’ll learn what to watch out for, how to improve your sleep habits, and how to get to sleep faster.