EP161: How Sleep Can Make You a Model of Good Health

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Most people know that proper health and nutrition is vital for a long, healthy life. But, in spite of this awareness most humans are strung out, and sleep-deprived. Drew’s good friend, Sean Stevenson is breaking the pattern and spreading the word about the importance of sleep in his internationally bestselling book, Sleep Smarter. During this episode, the Host of the top health and fitness podcast, The Model Health Show shares his tips and techniques for allowing the body to get the rest it needs. The right amount of sleep allows muscles to recover after a workout, increases mental cognition, and reduces the risk of disease.

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Key Takeaways:

[9:35] Shawn knew he was meant for something special and meditation allowed him to step into it.

[19:29] Why kids need strong role models and to have something to aspire to.

[22:50] The cool sciency stuff Shawn wonders why more people aren’t talking about.

[31:46] The science of sleep and melatonin resistance.

[39:00] How Shawn manages stress and stays motivated as a successful entrepreneur.

[45:58] Shawn finds fulfillment in his life through growth.

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The Model Health Show

Sleep Smarter, by Shawn Stevenson

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