Liam tells me that I am not getting enough sleep….
2nd May 2013
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Sleep is pretty much one of the major key components in health and your fat loss. When sleeping the body repairs, grows and changes and we are an organism that needs consistent time to do this. Without this valuable sleep time we will struggle both mentally and physically. Cells need to detox, hormones need to balance, stress levels need to come to a normal level. There is quite a bit going on when you put your head down for some kip at night. Liam orders: GET TO BED AT 10.30PM The optimum time for sleep is 8 hours. It is scientifically proven that this is the optimum time for growth and repair of the human body. Yes he says, I hear your argument… ‘I go to bed at 12 and get up at 8’ but this is not the fully story I’m afraid. The time you go to sleep has a much greater impact on our daily life compared to the actual hours we sleep alone. Our own personal circadian rhythm (the time the body is awake and asleep), will dictate the times at which physical and mental repair take place. This time for most people will be set somewhere between the hours of 10pm – 6am, the time when the sun is down and darkness ensues. THE MAGIC HOURS Scientists now believe that sleep between 10pm-12am counts as DOUBLE to the hours after 12pm due to how well our body’s repair and this time at night. So it is so important that you try and get 8 hours sleep at night but at the RIGHT time. Getting to sleep at 10-10.30 and getting up at 6-7 could be one of the easiest and most effective things you do for your health, mood and fat loss results. ZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZ SWEET DREAMS ZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZzz

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