Improve your Sleep
Slowly but surely we become aware of how important sleep is for our overall health. Not just for not feeling tired and exhausted, but for a lot more: sleep deficiency has been found to be linked to an increased risk of heart disease including high blood pressure and stroke and diabetes, and other conditions.
But do we do, and what can we do, to improve our sleep. Reading an article like this one by Tara Parker-Pope from the NY Times gives a great look into the topic and get you started.
Or learn more and ask questions for more in-depth information in my corporate wellness workshop “How to Sleep Your Way to a Longer Life”.
Posted on August 27, 2018 by
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