Sleep Like a Champion

I started to study sleep more than 40 years ago. As a psychology professor at a major university I saw that college students in my large (2,000 student) introductory psychology course had a constant struggle with sleep deprivation—and it wasn’t simply because of my lectures! From puberty until the mid-20’s, you need 9 ¼ hours of sleep … Continue reading

“Sleep to Win!” Testimonials

“When in competition or heavy training, sleep is the most important factor in achieving my optimal athletic performance. I need at least 8 hours of sleep a night for me to feel fully recovered and energized to play my absolute best. If I don’t meet my sleep requirement, my legs feel heavy, my reaction time … Continue reading

Sleep and Your Productivity

There are tremendous psychological effects as a result of sleep deprivation, such as: Raising your risk for hypertension (heart attacks and strokes) Type II Diabetes Cancer Weight Gain Colds & Flu However, even if you are free from such maladies, sleep deprivation still has significant consequences for productivity. Not getting the sleep you need makes you prone … Continue reading

Sleep and Athletic Performance

I started to study sleep more than 40 years ago. As a psychology professor at a major university I saw that college students in my large (2,000 student) introductory psychology course had a constant struggle with sleep deprivation—and it wasn’t simply because of my lectures! From puberty until the mid-20’s, you need 9 ¼ hours … Continue reading

Are YOU Getting Enough Sleep?

Most students and adults are sleep deprived, causing marked reduction in their productivity, concentration and quality of work, as well as an increase in moodiness, stress, accidents, illness and shortened life span. Several leading Fortune 500 companies and professional associations, as well as professional sports teams,  are learning that it is neither “macho” nor smart … Continue reading