Maintaining motivation can be one of the most difficult things when seeking to implement lifestyle changes. That’s where data comes in. Used correctly, it can have a positive impact on every step of the journey.
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Stress can be defined as a situation where the demands that a person is faced with are greater than the available resources. Stress can also be described as the body’s physical and mental adaptation to real or perceived change and life’s challenges.
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Your body is constantly changing, responding and adapting to the challenges of life and environment. To reach the top and stay there, it helps to know where your energy is going, how your body recovers, and when you have the resources you need for the road ahead.
As you think about stress, recovery, and sleep in relationship to your own daily routines and lifestyle decisions, it’s worth keeping in mind that stress increases your body’s need for good quality sleep.
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