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sleep | Longevity LIVE

According to Till Roenneberg, a professor of chronobiology at Ludwig-Maximilian University in Munich, it is actually better if this is not the case. Roenneberg studies the biological roots of sleep. He says each person has a sleep chronotype, an internal timing profile that is specific to you and can vary up

stretching | Longevity LIVE

There’s always been a strong emphasis on making stretching part of your exercise regimen but including it as part of your daily routine is just as important to your health. That early morning stretch is often equivalent to a cup of coffee- it wakes you up and it just feels