Sleep Helps Prevent Cancer…

//Sleep Helps Prevent Cancer…

Sleep Helps Prevent Cancer…

Sleep Helps Prevent Cancer…

Studies in recent years have identified a relationship between lack of sleep and some of the top cancers in the United States: breast, prostate and colorectal cancers. Research also suggests that people with sleep apnea have an increased risk of developing any type of cancer.

Woman sleeping

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Stress, illness, aging, and drug treatments cause at least one in ten American to have poor sleep quality and quality sleep is essential for the body to heal, and maintain proper immune function. Research suggests adults should get 7-8 hours of sleep a night.

The Foods You Eat Play an Important Role in How Well You Sleep…

Read the article below by Mike Francis about foods that will help you sleep. I bet you’ll be surprised!

Sleep better: Eat ____  (and other prebiotics)

 

 

 

 

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Robert Hess is an entrepreneur, business owner, CEO, senior executive coach, startup company advisor, and passionate cancer advocate. He is a 15+ year prostate cancer survivor dedicated to ending prostate cancer and helping cancer survivors have the possible possible quality of life. You can find him autocrossing or tracking his Mazda Miata, covered in cancer awareness messages; racing his Serenity in the velodrome; or walking and hiking with his wife. Earlier in life he had the honor of leading soldiers in the US Army – they even let him fly helicopters for a few years. Connect with him on LinkedIn @ RobertWarrenHess.
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By | 2018-02-21T10:25:46+00:00 March 23rd, 2017|Cancer prevention|0 Comments

About the Author:

Robert Hess is an entrepreneur, business owner, CEO, senior executive coach, startup company advisor, and passionate cancer advocate. He is a 15+ year prostate cancer survivor dedicated to ending prostate cancer and helping cancer survivors have the possible possible quality of life. You can find him autocrossing or tracking his Mazda Miata, covered in cancer awareness messages; racing his Serenity in the velodrome; or walking and hiking with his wife. Earlier in life he had the honor of leading soldiers in the US Army - they even let him fly helicopters for a few years. Connect with him on LinkedIn @ RobertWarrenHess.

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