Sleeping after or during any type of traumatic life event, can be difficult, if not impossible for some… but eventually, whether you like it or not, everyone succumbs to exhaustion and closes their eyes. Volunteering a few moments to rest throughout the day, and getting a good night of sleep will keep your body and brain charged and ready to go when you need it most… without the fear of tumbling into an unwanted slumber.
Finding rest when there’s danger at your door: Naps and resting periods of just 15 minutes have been proven to improve physical performance and brain functions. Much more than that, without a full 6-8 hours of sleep, and you run the risk interrupting a…
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