Scientists highlight the essentials of a good, long, deep sleep to maintain good health. Learn how to change your night routine to achieve it!
In our society, too much sleep is synonymous with weakness, or laziness, or even shame. However, for British neuroscientist Matthew Walker, it is exactly the opposite. It is common to hear that the secret of celebs or successful people is to get up at 4 or 5 am. Really? How many hours do they sleep? Can you really perform at your best with 5 hours of sleep?
Lack of sleep is responsible for illness, accidents, mental health problems and fatigue that affect our families, communities and businesses.
From his Berkeley University Sleep Lab, Walker gives us these five tips to help you sleep better. Take what works best for you. Choose what you’re most comfortable with. And try to put your focus on a deeper rest.