Maybe nightmares aren't so bad after all

A study shows that dreaming, especially those deep dreams that you can actually remember, is very good for your health. Three benefits of dreaming:

  1. Helps you Learn Better
  2. Can be therapeutic
  3. Helps you overcome your fears

These deep dreams occur during REM sleep, which is begins to happen about 90 minutes after falling asleep. During a good REM sleep the eyes move quickly from side to side as the eyelids are closed, mixed frequency brain waves, irregular and faster breathing, irregular heart rate, and involuntary muscle jerks.

Hopefully you're able to achieve greatness in your dreams this week. If not, at least achieve greatness while your awake. Maybe a good SAMBAG workout is what you need to get some deep sleep!

Happy Training!
Sam Wasylyshyn

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