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Brain Rest, Re-centering, and Recovery

  • 4 min read
  • June 2019
  • By TB12 Team
Brain rest is essential for maintaining mental health.

DEEP SLEEP. Why is it so important in sports? Every athlete knows that when their mental game suffers, their whole game suffers. For professional athletes and casual players alike, mental health plays a major role in performance and recovery.

There are simple steps you can take to rest your brain and take charge of your mind. Read on to learn the importance of brain rest and how you can use it to get ahead.

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Evolution — or, “Death of the Nightowls.”

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Conservation — or, “Cut down on your body’s electric bill.”

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Restoration — or, “Clean up the mess you made.”

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Brain plasticity — or, “The price of intelligence.”

Research suggests that a good night’s sleep might “reset” this connection so you can respond to challenges in better, more constructive ways.

How to get better sleep.

Most importantly, your body’s “master clock,” which controls all your other internal clocks, resets when your eyes take in blue light.

Give your brain what it needs to stay at its peak.
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