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Do you keep tossing and turning at night? Are you not sleeping a wink?
Millions of people around the world experience sleep difficulties. For most people, sleep quality is nothing but a dream.
Studies have proven that sleep deprivation harms our mental and physical health. Our bodies release chemicals that impact our memory, mood, focus, and energy - all of which are needed for us to perform our very best.
Sleep deprivation can occur for a variety of causes. But one thing that most of us are not aware of is its connection to inflammation.
Let me put it out there: inflammation is more than just experiencing sore joints. It goes much deeper. Inflammation, in its broadest sense, is the immune system's reaction to an irritant.
So how does it connect to sleep?
That's what you are about to find out.
I'll be discussing "The role of inflammation and sleep" in my latest video. I will be isolating this particular aspect of our lives so that you can get better sleep quality.
You will get it not just for the moment but in the long term.
Wouldn't you like that?
Please take the time to watch the video and experience a refreshing sleep you have wanted for a long time.
Steven Kuo is an Executive Warrior Coach for transformational leaders who desire to make meaningful, lasting positive impacts in business, the world, and their family. Steven helps transform leadership and organisations worldwide to uncover their full potential and thrive in the Volatile, Uncertain, Complex, and Ambiguous world we live in. From small business all the way to fortune 500 organisations. Whatever your struggles are in achieving your full potential, Steven can help you believe again. He will partner with you to make your own breakthroughs through executive/leadership coaching, speaking engagements, training, transformational offsites, and mentoring.
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