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Old 10-13-2011, 10:52 AM   #7
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Originally Posted by SeventySeven View Post
I am sleep deprived.
Steve, my typical schedual is 730-4 for work mon-thursday get home at 430 on tuesday thurs 7 pm after gym on mon weds giving me around 3-5 hours to eat and take care of duties and relax. Fridays i work 730-4 then 1030 till 4 am.
I am pretty sure the prevailing theory is that you cannot "CATCH UP" on sleep by napping. Something to do with your body's natural response to sunlight, etc.

I know you love Layne Norton, so you probably listen to the BodyRx Podcast.

This sleep expert, Dan Pardi, has been on the last couple of episodes as they examine Sleep or lack there of as an indicator of weight gain:

Dan?s Plan | Lean about our programs and philosophy on food, movement, and sleep

Enjoy!

dave
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