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Sleep helps the immune system. It’s your body’s reset. Research has shown that a good night’s sleep helps build your immune cells, also known as T-cells. The amount of sleep you need varies from person to person. You want to wake up feeling well-rested. That could be 6,8 or even 10 hours. Check-in with yourself and see where you feel your best, and then sleep accordingly.
I once read an article that suggested humans sleep in increments of 1 ½ hour loops. A lot of times we wake up naturally at the end of a cycle, to go to the bathroom, or just wake up. The researcher claimed that when we go back to bed, and we are unable to go through another 1 ½ hour cycle, we will wake up groggy in the middle of it. So before you give yourself 30 minutes more in the morning, see if you can wake up naturally by staying up, or go back to bed if you have 90 minutes to complete it. Experiment with this, because this step has changed my life. I have more energy throughout my day, and no crash and burn in the middle of it. Overall, I feel healthier whenever I am following this routine. 
I also am a big believer in having bedding that is chemical-free and good for you. Check out my favorite bedding below.


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