Athletes are not immune to common sleep disorders such as obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) and insomnia. In fact, the hyper-vigilance sometimes associated with insomnia can be a trait of some athletes. Sleep apnea may be common in power athletes with large necks.
There are many articles and tips that now discuss the importance of circadian rhythm timing, but many assume an average 'normal' time and target for everyone's rhythm. WE DON'T. We include a Circadian Rhythm learning section with Protocols to adjust your rhythm.
Sleep hygiene tips are everywhere but few contextualize WHY your bedroom temperature matters so much and WHY light control is so important and HOW cognitive beliefs, behaviors, and reflexes about sleep can be put to use, instead of worry.
Sleep, exercise and diet form a triad. We utilize The TriNourish System to assess the status of your integrated triad baseline and we provide additional learning opportunities to teach you how sleep impacts the body's nutrient use priorities during exercise.