Wake Up Refreshed By Sleeping Smarter, Not Longer
Learn how to fully recharge and wake up happier and more focused, without adding more time in bed.
Getting good sleep is both an art and a science — yet the overwhelming majority of people have trouble sleeping, even those who have mastered every other aspect of their lives. Even if you had time to sleep an entire 8 hours a night, would it be optimal, uninterrupted sleep? Would you wake up feeling 100% refreshed?
- DAVE ASPREYNY TIMES Best-Selling Author and CEO of Bulletproof 360
Quality sleep is the highest impact thing you can do to elevate your brain function, live longer, and perform better at work and life. When you sleep well, you’re more alert, you’re resilient to stress, and you feel alive and ready for the day.
Conventional advice tells you to find more time for sleeping, but more time in bed does not equal more quality sleep. You can create the conditions for quality, restorative sleep with the right foods, targeted supplements, and small, easy habits throughout the day.
Benefits of Sleep
Memory & Focus
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Bulletproof Staff Share Their Favorite Hacks For…
- Falling asleep faster
- Sleeping straight through the night
- Sleep tracking (to discover what works best for you)
- And waking up refreshed
THE SCIENCE BEHIND A GOOD NIGHT’S SLEEP
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Free Download: Sleep Roadmap
A more rested you is just a click away. Instantly download the Bulletproof Sleep Roadmap to help you zero in on why you’re not sleeping, and get personalized solutions that actually work.