A study out of Princeton looking at 1,567 9-yo children found that for each hour less than the recommended 9-11 hours of sleep, they averaged 1.5% shorter telomeres.
Because many people active create and hide from their “shadow side”, the experience of heightened dream efficiency can take the form of nightmares. If you are well integrated and have a stable and gracious relationship with your demons, then sleep will be pleasurable.
When I awake, I usually can’t hear the music that I know is still playing unless I make an concerted effort to hear it. Then it appears, as if from the ether
Middle age hit me hard–so I hit back. I threw money at everything, but nothing really seemed to make a difference, until I tried Recharge.
From the first night, Recharge brought back my intense night dreams, and I was definitely sleeping better. My mental clarity and focus have also benefited: I’ve been writing a book since January.
Physically, the effects of Recharge are most noticeable on my energy and stamina. I would surf for two days, scuba dive for another two days, then repeat that ￼cycle. None of my teenagers could keep up with my 48-year-old Recharged self. Last, but definitely not least: Recharge makes you look fantastic. It’s like a facelift in a bottle.
In keeping with the findings that healthy behaviors are good for you because they impact your telomeres, we now add sleep to the list of such behaviors that includes exercise, Mediterranean Diet, and meditation: