Sleep is designed to restore our bodies and energy levels so that we can keep doing the things we love. Are you sleeping for success? If not, what small adjustments can make a big difference in your life?

Poor sleeping habits keep our brains from building the capacity to learn and do new things, and prevents our immune systems from doing their best work. Improvements to your sleep habits could include:

Maintaining a regular bed and wake time, even on the weekends.

Believe it or not, a regular circadian rhythm will help you feel better than that one morning you slept in an extra two hours. When your body is able to balance sleep and wake time regularly, you can fall asleep more quickly and get more restful sleep at night.