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Great sleep gives you the edge

Traditional approaches to optimising health include healthy eating, doing more exercise, reducing sedentary time, quitting smoking, and reducing stress. Only recently have people begun to realise that sleep needs to be a part of this holistic approach.

And what an important realisation! Not only is sleep the time when our bodies repair and regenerate, but good quality sleep enables us to reap the benefits of sound nutrition, exercise, and relaxation.

Optimal health

Sleep is not negotiable when it comes to health. Poor quality sleep increases our risk for obesity, heart disease, cancer, and

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