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Winter Hack #1: How to Be 300% Healthier this Winter

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It’s winter again and you know what that means…

SICKNESS!

Stress, overeating, alcohol & no shortage of airborne illness.

This season, I’ve decided to help you out a bit.

What makes you sick & how can you stay healthier?

This short series of winter hacks will help you be happier,
healthier, and wiser… all in a way that doesn’t suck.

Ready to begin?

Here’s how to be 300% healthier this winter:

Winter Hack #1: Get More Sleep

Here’s the deal…

  • The less you sleep, the more likely you are to get sick
  • People who sleep less than 7 hours a night get 3x more sick
    than those who sleep 8 or more hours per night
  • Better sleep is also important, so if you’re not sleeping well,
    you’ve gotta cut the stimulants such as alcohol, coffee & late eating
    to get a better night’s sleep.

Go from a poorly-slept, poor sleeper to well-slept, great sleeper and you may be as much 15x healthier this winter!

So enjoy more sweet dreams & stay healthy!
-Nick

p.s. If you’d like to avoid fatting up this winter season as well
visit Earn Your Carbs.

References:

Cohen, S., Doyle, W. J., Alper, C. M., Janicki-Deverts, D. & Turner, R. B. (2009). Sleep habits and susceptibility to the common cold. Archives of internal medicine, 169(1), 62–7. doi:10.1001/archinternmed.2008.505

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One Comment

  1. You are a genius – all great advice we should know but forget, deny or choose to neglect too often! Thanks for caring and for helping all of us to be more cognitive of the season!

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