Sleep versus Working Out

Your face when I ask the question “Would you believe me if I told you that getting the right amount of #sleep each night is more important than working out?” πŸ˜±πŸ€”πŸ˜πŸ‘ŽπŸ‘πŸ˜‚

I get it… This is not a popular sentiment, but the fact of the matter is that sleep is fundamental to a host of bodily functions. You may not want to hear this, but the truth is… Skimping on your shuteye (meaning you consistently sleep for less than 8 hours a night) can…

1) Dampen your immune system
2) Damage your brain
3) Make your body susceptible to digestive disorders
4) Increase your cravings for foods that are high in sugar and devoid of nutrients.
5) Cause irritability and mood swings
6) Hamper your ability to think clearly

Listen… don’t get my words twisted. #StayingActive is essential to maintaining a #healthy#happy life. But everyone thinks it’s the MOST important thing when in fact, it’s one piece of a larger puzzle that is your #health and #wellbeing.

Plus, it’s easier for most of us to hit the gym for an hour than it is close the laptop, silent our phones, shut off the tv, and get to bed an hour or two earlier. Is it worth risking your health over though?

FYI – Sleep is just one of the topics I’ll be covering during my new online program that starts on March 30th. This program is specifically for work-from-home moms or grandmas who want to learn how to nourish themselves and their families in 60 days for increased energy levels, improved mood, and a healthier, happier life πŸ₯° It’s a remote program, so you can join from anywhere in the world.

I’m looking for 5 women to join me at a HUGE DISCOUNT, help me work out the kinks and get amazing results I can use as a case study! If you’re interested, comment below and I’ll tell you how to get more details.

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