Tip #24: Sleep and Weight Loss.

January 24, 2013

30 tips in 30 days. Get better health, and see better results.

A bedtime routine and a good night sleep are critical to losing weight. 

If you’re trying to lose weight, you have to have a good night sleep. This is when the body repairs itself.


Even on the weekends, stick to a bedtime and a wakeup routine. If you find that on the weekends you’re dragging, and exhausted, the reality is you’re probably burnt the candle a little too late during the week. Be mindful, and get to bed at a reasonable time. You’ll think better the next day.  Your body will be happier, and you’ll shed those unwanted pounds a whole lot easier.

 Good night.

Transform Yourself.

With 30-tips in 30-days it’s easy.  Lose 2- to 5-lbs in the first two weeks, and lose 1- to 2-lbs weekly thereafter. Results may vary.

Contact Joyce for more information on how you can lose weight, improve your overall health, and keep the weight off. Call now or e-mail Joyce at: (916) 812-2378, Joyce@Blonskij.com.  Joyce Blonskij, Independent Certified Health Coach, Regional Director with Take Shape For Life. ID #30042893.


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Sleep & Obesity

August 30, 2009

People who sleep five hours a night are 73% more likely to become obese than those who sleep seven to nine hours.

We live in a chronically overtired society. In this country, half of us aren’t getting the seven to eight hours of sleep we need — and our health may be suffering for it. Getting enough sleep should be considered just as important as eating a healthy portion controlled diet and getting some exercise daily.  Please take your sleep seriously!

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