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Sleep Hygiene for Optimizing Recovery in Athletes

Discussion in 'Break Room' started by NewsBot, Jul 10, 2019.

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    Sleep Hygiene for Optimizing Recovery in Athletes: Review and Recommendations
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    Int J Sports Med 2019; 40(08): 535-543
     
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    Poor Sleep Quality’s Association With Soccer Injuries: Preliminary Data
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    Interesting thread. Sleep is a weak link for me... I don't have a good sleep routine; it's not that I can't sleep, I just choose to do other things instead (catch up on things, read up on issues); mainly because my mind is too busy. I used to think that sleep was something you can trade off, for time to do other things. I was wrong. Ironically, I would spend hours reading up on health empowering related topics/supplements (of which is usually questionable i.e. poor evidence) & in doing so, neglect the very thing that had a lot more science-based evidence in providing better health & performance (optimal sleep routine/pattern). I've come to realize my poor sleep routine has become a bad habit… one that is hard to break... but I'm working on it (particularly now, due to the following cited podcast/video).

    One of my patients told me about a podcast (Joe Rogan Experience) on YouTube... & he said it... "changed the lives of some of his friends". It's an interview with Dr Matthew Walker (Professor of Neuroscience & Psychology at the University of California)… & it is fascinating... albeit scary at the same time (particularly if you have a habitual poor sleep routine). It is certainly worth listening to... it is nearly 2 hours... but there's some fascinating info in it...

     
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