Rest to Recover

Rest and recovery are the most important aspects of our life, health, and longevity. Everyone's body needs time to rest and recover. Whether you have an intense physical workout or you are stretching your cognitive capabilities, the number one resource that we all need is sleep. There are many ways to elevate your rest and recovery, but these suggestions are vetted by science and are a good place to start. 

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We spend a third of our lives sleeping, and yet few of us get the kind of quality sleep that everyone needs. Sleep has become its own industry, with topics ranging from how to get a good night’s sleep to overcoming snoring (and sleep apnea) to dealing with jetlag. It’s a proven fact that lack of sleep makes it difficult to concentrate and can even affect the quality of your exercise while awake. Although our bodies can overcome one bad night of no sleep, continuous sleepless nights can lead to health issues.