Sleep Well, Perform Better

Research institutes such as Stanford University's Sleep Disorders Clinic and Research Laboratory have found that sleeping more hours than average improves speed, accuracy, alertness and overall performance in athletes. The fitness writer Faya Nilsson recently found that adding an additional two hours sleep a night increased her reaction time when training to 41% and improved her strength by 37.5%.

Sleep also clears toxins from the brain, and releases growth hormone which stimulates fat burning, muscle growth and bone building. Getting adequate sleep should therefore be a vital part of any active lifestyle. A hot topic within the wellness community, yoga routines now being specifically designed for sleep and even yoga pillows designed for maximum bodily support. At the same time,electric under blanket also provide warm and soft solution for a good sleep.



8th Nov. 2019