If there were a way to sleep better and improve your cardiorespiratory and muscular health all at the same time, wouldn’t you take advantage of it?

Sleep loss and low tolerance to fatigue are among reasons that decline the athletic performance.

The better rested you are, the better your mind and body function.  Restorative sleep is a critical component to reaching optimal athletic potential. Getting enough sleep can not only give you more drive and strength to maximize your workout, but its effects on concentration, mood, and focus can make you more efficient and better prepared for that workout

Clear links between certain foods and nutrients and sleep quality exist, and knowing which foods to include in your diet may help you get better rest.

Take Circadian before bed and it relaxes you and you’re gonna wake up feeling refreshed. It is because it lowers blood pressure and helps blood flow which in turns helps your body detox and do what it needs to do best while you’re taking a rest.