Don’t Sleep on Sleep

All science and research tell us that we must sleep. Without it, we die. It’s just as essential as water, food, and oxygen.

So why is it so easy for modern humans to neglect this critical part of our health? Why is it so undervalued and taken for granted?

As healthcare practitioners, Jen Justus and I have seen firsthand how devastating the effects of sleep deprivation can be. While we love to talk about positive momentum multipliers like strength training, we also need to discuss how poor quality sleep perpetuates profoundly negative momentum in people’s lives.

So buckle up, because this episode will illuminate once and for all why you can no longer afford to sleep on sleep.

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