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Are you getting enough? Racking up a sleep debt by burning the candle at both ends is likely to have a detrimental effect on body composition and general health.  It doesn’t take many nights of restricted sleep to have a measurable negative effect on hormone levels, reduce the ability to process carbohydrate foods and at the same time increasing cravings for sweet fatty food.  Sometimes it may do more good to catch up on sleep rather than to set the alarm for an early workout.  If you know you are going to have some late nights then try to schedule some time to catch up on sleep.  Sleep when your dead is a popular slogan but an extending sleep debt might just get you there quicker and compromise performance in the interim!

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