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Importance of Sleep

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We hear it from the time we are kids, our parents and teachers repeated it over and over...make sure you get some sleep!

Experts recommend about 8 hours of sleep per night in order to allow your body to fully recover from the day's activity and to repair itself so that you are prepared both mentally and physically for the next day.  Makes sense right?  I am sure you have noticed your performance struggling anytime you have had a bad night's sleep.  One bad night here and there isn't that big of a deal, your body is an amazing machine and knows how to adjust.  However, if you make getting a terrible night's sleep a normal part of your routine you are asking for trouble.

Lack of sleep has been linked to things such as depression, anxiety, dampening of problem solving skills, lack of productivity, lethargy, decreased motivation, and aging.  Let's put science aside for a minute and just think on a basic level.  Think back to a time where you weren't sleeping well, do you remember being affected negatively at all?  I know it can have a huge impact on me when I don't get enough sleep.  Bodybuilding is a huge part of my life and getting plenty of sleep is essential in order to continue to grow and improve my body day in and day out.  Any professional bodybuilder will tell you that the 3 most important things in the sport are Diet, Training Intensity, and plenty of REST!  When I have a bad night's sleep a few days in a row I can feel it and see it in my training.  I won't be able to use certain loads that I can usually handle, I will lose reps on certain exercises, and my desire to be in the gym will be extremely low and I find myself simply just working out so that I can go home.

A good night's sleep is essential because when we sleep we release a large amount of human growth hormone or HGH.  HGH is responsible for many things including lean muscle to fat ratio, youthful skin, faster metabolism, more energy, anti-aging, stronger bones, faster muscle recovery from workouts, and a host of other benefits.  By not sleeping you are truly damaging and limiting your body's potential.  HGH is the key to youth and is something that should not be taken for granted.  Why limit your potential and not take advantage of such a spectacular hormone that your body naturally produces?  Do yourself a favor and start setting a sleep schedule and sticking to it.  Your body will thank you!

If you have trouble falling asleep or have bad quality sleep, don't panic because there are solutions!  There are many sleep aids out there that can help you to fall asleep and improve your quality of sleep.  I personally like to stick to natural supplements and avoid drugs whenever possible.  I have tried a lot of different sleeping supplements, some designed to help you fall asleep quicker, others to improve quality of sleep, and some that promise to increase your natural HGH production during sleep.  One of my favorites is the Isagenix Brain and Sleep Support System.  It is comprised of 2 different supplements; the Sleep Support and the Brain Renewal.  The sleep support is designed to help you fall asleep, achieve a deep level of sleep, and stay asleep.  The Brain Renewal is targeted at boosting your HGH levels and for helping your brain to relax and repair itself while you sleep.  The products are sold together as a system and will each last a month if used every single day.  The price is very reasonable and even much more so if you join the Isagenix team.  If you are interested in purchasing these products you can do so here: Isagenix Brain and Sleep Support System or if you are interested in joining Isagenix you can apply for your FREE information right here:  Isagenix Information. 

If you have any questions on Isagenix, supplementation, diet, training, or anything at all, feel free to email me at:  [email protected]

See you guys soon!

-Anthon88



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