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Lack of sleep in western culture has become a badge of honour in many circles.

4/5 hours of sleep per night is often praised in the corporate arena and the wannabe Navy SEAL’s on social media.

Well I’ve got news for you, it’s not a good idea. And I’m also talking from experience, once upon a time I also sacrificed sleep for my work ethic and I paid the price!

Seeing clients at 6AM – 11PM is not a great idea 🙂

Hormone optimisation is critical in maintaining optimal health and a great life.

Sleep deprivation can actually drop testosterone levels by as much as 15% in young men… And testosterone is associated with sex drive, mental health, hypertrophy and fertility.

And this is just a small piece of the pie, chronic sleep deprivation increases the likelihood of strokes, obesity and depression. Learn in this TED talk why we as a culture need to start taking our sleep more seriously and as a result, live better lives.

Your coach,

Rupert Hambly