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What Happens When The Brain Doesn't Sleep?

What happens when the brain doesn't sleep? Lost memories, anger, cerebral shrinkage, slurred speech, impaired wit, and risky decisions are just the beginning of the causes of consistent sleep deprivation to the brain.  Our mood, emotions, and the body's ability to perform are highly dependent on how much sleep we get. Not Getting Enough Sleep? […]
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Imagine The Possible...

Sleep deprivation numbs you to your environment, it decreases our whole purpose to being here. Our Sleep Remedy Team believes it’s all about squeezing as much JOY as we can out of life… Our neurochemistry is almost 100% dictated by how well we are sleeping every night.  Performance in every aspect of life is enhanced […]
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Courage: The Missing Component To A Strong Nation

Let’s face it folks: America is a mess right now. Regardless of your political, social, or religious beliefs, you gotta admit certain things kind of suck right now. We have a pandemic, inflation, a border crisis, hostile arguments about what to teach our kids in schools, a sagging economy with 11 million unfilled jobs, disastrous […]
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Sleep And Student-Athletes

Sleep and Student-athletes is a hot a topic. Have you ever stopped to ponder why it is we spend about one-third of our lives sleeping? It makes sense if you dive into all the intricate and fascinating processes our bodies and mind undergo as we sleep. Sleep isn’t just a span of 8+ hours where […]
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Sleep & Recovery : Doc Parsley x Unbeatable Mind Podcast

" In this two-part interview, Mark Divine talks to his old friend Dr. Kirk Parsley. Doc Parsley is a former SEAL who is now an MD who specializes in sleep. He realized that most of us are getting less sleep than we need and are kind of seeing sleep as “the enemy” or a waste […]
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5 Steps to Better Sleep & Stronger Muscles

Are you looking for some serious fitness gains? Sleep, a major key in making those gains, is often overlooked. Sleep boosts overall muscle mass. Right Here, right now, we are going to make sure you are doing what you can to get the most out of every Z. We know that exercise, sleep, and nutrition […]
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Sleep is the Key to Muscle Growth

Sleep has a profound effect on muscle growth and physical well-being. We need to catch the right amount of Zzz’s, especially when trying to build and grow muscle. In both men and women, without adequate sleep, the production and ability of HGH to work its magic is inhibited.
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How Sleep Affects Athletic Performance

Sleep affects athletic performance as much as many professionals claim - and then some. Click here to learn its importance in your goals.
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COVID-19: Staying Healthy And Exercising At Home

With schools, gyms, sports and other forms of social and physical activity on indefinite hold, what’s a person to do? Should you give up on activity altogether, or should you go full speed into a high-intensity, daily home workout routine?  As you know, I’m the sleeping guy, but I’m also invested in helping you optimize […]
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COVID-19: The Single Determining Factor For Your Survival

Your lungs, your body, and your overall health... I had a conversation on COVID-19 with my good friend John Welbourn. Some of you know John - He’s a former NFL player and CEO of Power Athlete which develops all kinds of training programs (at-home and otherwise). John isn’t your typical jock. He’s a Cal Berkeley […]
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COVID-19 :: Is It Safe To Run In Urban Areas?

Should you worry about running in suburban areas?... Yes.  To some extent anyway.  This virus is infinitesimally small and it’s airborne. When something is airborne it basically means that it can float around in the air for a little bit – It doesn’t mean it floats around definitely. It doesn’t operate like an air molecule – Eventually, it […]
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Doc Parsley on Behind the Shield with James Geering

Doc joined James Geering for episode 6 of Behind the Shield, a podcast aimed at wellness for First Responders. Throughout James’ career as a firefighter and paramedic, he noticed a trend of ill health among others in his profession, both mentally and physically. He realized the information about wellness was outdated and disconnected from what […]
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