Whether you’re involved in a competitive sport or want to optimize your solo workouts, sleep can have a positive impact on your performance and aid in your recovery.
We sat down with Nox Health’s Chief Medical Officer, Jeffrey Durmer, MD, PhD, to ask him what he recommended to Olympic athletes on the TEAM USA Weightlifting team, where he was the sleep and circadian performance physician for their trip to the 2020 Tokyo Olympics.
Learning how best to time your meals will not only help you sleep better but will also allow you to maintain a healthier weight.
Whether you’re trying to lose weight or just maintain, it’s important to get seven to nine hours of sleep each night. Let’s explore why.
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