why we sleep by matthew walker
Effectiveness, Personal Development

Why we Sleep by Matthew Walker

Do you often feel like you’ve haven’t slept enough? Has it been a while since you woke up in the morning feeling fresh and well-rested? If you can say “yes” to these questions you are not alone. Studies have shown that Two-thirds of all adults across the world’s industrialized countries do not get the recommended eight hours of sleep at night.

Today’s Big Idea comes from Matthew Walker. Matthew is a leading neurologist and sleep expert and author of the book “Why we Sleep”.

Walker stresses that sleep is infinitely more complex, more interesting and much more essential to our well-being than previously recognized.

In “Why We Sleep” Matthew Walker gives us an understanding of the vital meaning sleep has. He emphasizes that bad sleeping habits are not only disruptive to your immune system it also affects your eating habits, your mood and your general state of mind.

I hope you will enjoy the video. That it will inspire you, help you Grow your Mind and Motivate You to be The Best You!

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