The quality and amount of sleep is the basis of our well-being. Poor sleep affects our ability to recover, which in turn affects our energy levels to work, eat healthily and do daily tasks. In other words, sleep affects everything! The good news is that the ability to recover is not some mystical phenomenon but a skill that can be trained and improved. This webinar describes the basics of sleep and its impact on our performance, health and well-being so that restoring sleep and successful recovery can be achieved!
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