If you want to upgrade your athleticism, decrease your risk of injury, decrease persistent pain, recover faster, boost your immune system, have more energy and perform better, sleep is critical. Appropriate rest can be a catalyst to achieving these results. If you are an athlete, this is a metric you should definitely be tracking to perform your best.
A healthy adult should get approximately seven and a half to eight hours of sleep. There are a lot of great tools to track this now. Download an app of your choosing and start to take a look over the next 21-30 days and see what it can do for your life and athleticism.
When it comes to health and recovery, there’s a good reason why sleep is often prescribed by medical professional. Whether you’re recovering from an injury or healthy and working to maintain your well-being, sleep is an important investment in your overall health.