Is Sleep More Important Than Food?

Is Sleep More Important Than Food?
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The Energy Project's Tony Schwartz looks at how we underestimate sleep in quantity and quantity and provides 3 ways to improve it.

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  • 11 march 2011

Drawing on examples of sleep deprivation examples and studies, Tony Schwartz (CEO and founder of The Energy Project) published a blog post in Harvard Business Review claiming that “sleep is more important than food”. He gives 3 clear pieces of advice on how to get better sleep, and makes the case for getting more sleep and how it can improve our productivity, cognition, emotional condition, and health.

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