Why Sleep is Essential

When we are young, sleep feeds our cells and empowers our body and mind, leading to accelerated growth and development. The benefits of sleep aren’t any less important as we age, but unfortunately we tend to lose sight of the importance of good rest as we grow older. In reality, keeping a proper sleep schedule is more important as the years go on. If you are looking to reverse aging, Get Younger and Live Younger, creating and adhering to an optimal sleep schedule is one of the foundations of your holistic health journey. Are you ready to take the first step? Get in touch with us today to learn more!

Quality Sleep

  • Removes harmful chemicals from your brain
  • Decreases your chance of degenerative diseases like Alzheimers
  • Helps you get fit by increasing the blood supply to your muscles
  • Helps you lose weight by increasing your metabolic functioning
  • Makes you feel energetic and capable
  • Reverses aging by optimizing cell regeneration
  • Keeps you young and healthy by strengthening your immune system
  • Promotes the growth and repair of you tissues and bones

At Live Younger, we give you all of the products, resources, and support to reverse aging by restoring your cells to their optimal condition. When you join our community, we will help you thrive by building a life dedicated to holistic health and wellness. Contact us today to get started!.

Reverse Aging with Quality Sleep

Quality sleep is one of the building blocks of holistic health. Sleep acts like a waste removal system for our brain, and getting seven to nine hours of sleep a night is a crucial part of the Live Younger program. Scientists have found build ups of beta-amyloid, tau, and other toxic proteins in the brains of those with Alzheimer’s disease. These are all chemicals that are naturally regulated and removed by our brains while we sleep. Restless, disrupted, and inadequate sleep can inhibit our bodies’ abilities to clear away these toxins, leaving us at a higher risk for developing Alzheimers and other degenerative diseases as we age.