Is There an Association between Sleep Duration & Risk of Musculoskeletal Injury?

Research Paper Title Sleep duration and musculoskeletal injury incidence in physically active men and women: A study of US Army Special Operation Forces soldiers. Background In physically demanding occupations or athletic populations, sleep has been shown to be an important factor for both performance and recovery. However, evidence is limited on sleep duration and its… Read More

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Is Sleep Duration Inversely Related to Risk of Musculoskeletal Injury?

Research Paper Title Sleep duration and musculoskeletal injury incidence in physically active men and women: A study of U.S. Army Special Operation Forces soldiers. Background In physically demanding occupations or athletic populations, sleep has been shown to be an important factor for both performance and recovery. However, evidence is limited on sleep duration and its… Read More

5 Sleep Hygiene Tips during Boot Camp Training

In the boot camp world, there is no such thing as “accidentally sleeping in”. You will need to get up at the same time every day – around 5am, so that there is plenty of morning for you to make the most of it. For people who do not have the best relationship with sleep… Read More

How Not Getting Enough Sleep Affects Your Metabolism

As far as human nature is concerned, sleeping and eating are two of our most basic perfunctory systems. But how do these two connect and affect each other? In the modern day glorification of “busyness” sleep has taken a backseat, with many adults regularly skimping on their 6-8 hours a night. The hormonal responses to… Read More

Sleep Hygiene & Exercise

Parabellum generally sleeps well, but according to “The Great British Bedtime Report” the average Briton goes to bed at 11.15 pm and achieves just six hours and 35 minutes of sleep (that’s me), with a third of adults getting less than six hours. However, previous research argued that less than 5 hours and over 8… Read More