David Shirazi is a dentist and acupuncturist with a focus on pain and sleep, and he discusses the science behind why sleep is so essential for performance.
This is the Mark Struczewski podcast. David Shirazi is a dentist and acupuncturist with a focus on pain and sleep. And he discusses the science behind why we sleep, and why it's so essential for our performance. David, welcome to...
The world is in a recession…and I’m not talking about the economic kind either.
But rather a SLEEP RECESSION.
There’s a direct correlation between quality sleep and your energy level, and therefore your productivity.
Neuroscientists say adults need a minimum of 7 hours of sleep every night.
How much sleep do you get on a consistent basis?
When you don’t get adequate sleep, how is your productivity the next day?
Here are some interesting statistics around sleep...
When you wake up, do you feel refreshed or do you feel fatigued?
If you feel fatigued, you're probably not sleeping well.
Now, it's not just about sleeping well, it's about setting your body up for sleep success.
Neuroscience has proven that the body loves consistency.
The body loves to go to sleep at the same time every night and get up at the same time every morning.
It doesn't like the roller coaster ride.
So if you truly want to get a good night's sleep and you want to be energetic...
Sleep is a critical component of your productivity. But how do you set yourself up for sleep success?
Going to bed is more than turning off the light, climbing into bed and closing your eyes.
I’ve been doing a lot of research lately about how to go to bed. And there’s more to it than you realize.
Sleep is critically important for your productivity. Neuroscientists and sleep experts recommend 7 to 9 hours EVERY night.
Here are 6 ideas to consider.
1. Stop consuming caffeine after 2...