When we think of a good night sleep, we probably aren't really thinking about protecting the health of our hearts, but that is exactly what a good nights kip can actually do. In fact, a lack of sleep has been shown to increase the potential risk of both Heart Disease and Type II Diabetes. 🤯
I have heard so many people say that they "make do" with just 4 or 5 hours sleep a night and that is enough! Yeah, OK, so you may be able to function for the day to day, but have you ever wondered why you keep getting sick or struggle to lose weight... Or perhaps you can't help yourself from tucking in to that chocolate bar or some equally calorific junk?
If you have ever experienced a lack of focus, broken concentration or general brain fog, then you already know how a lack of sleep can affect you mentally. But how much does it really affect you?
Just started a new diet or workout and finding yourself weeing like a racehorse? This may explain why?
Everyone goes nuts for getting in shape for summer, but wouldn't it be amazing if your summer body was just your body.... and it took very little effort to drop a few inches?
I think its pretty fair to say that a lot of fitness "lifers" do not really appreciate how challenging it can be to lose weight... What if they took on the behaviours of their clients?
Wouldn't it be awesome if you could make your habits work for your weight loss... Rather than changing them all and never really getting anywhere?
Don't you hate it when you go to use your Spinach and it has spoilt! How could you maintain your leafy greens for longer?