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sleep [longevity live]

Sleep and exercises are both vital to creating a healthy and happy lifestyle. In fact, they’re both necessities that any human should never live without. However, sometimes there are situations that arise making it difficult to choose the one that’s better for you. If you’re highly active then sleep is

wake [longevity live]

Wake up earlier and get things done. Honestly, whether or not you are an early riser it’s been proven that humans are most productive in the mornings. Benjamin Franklin himself says in his autobiography that his daily routine meant waking up at 5 am and going to bed by 10

morning | Longevity LIVE

Mornings aren’t the best for everyone. While your colleagues stream in every morning, bright-eyed and ready for the day ahead – you often look like you lost a very long battle with your pillowcase. No matter how hard you try, you find yourself continuously hitting the snooze button before eventually

sleep | Longevity LIVE

The body needs an opportunity to rest and recharge, which is why getting enough sleep is incredibly important for your overall health. Adequate sleep can help to lower your risk of developing chronic illness as well as keep both your brain and immune system healthy and strong. It’s recommended to

circadian rhythms | Longevity LIVE

Have you ever noticed that your waking and sleeping patterns tend to work in a set pattern? The reason for this is that the body runs on a number of different circadian rhythms. The blood pressure varies of 24 hours, as does the pulse rate, the body temperature, all hormones,

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