Why You Need to Be a Better Sleep Architect
By Brayden Woods, January 4, 2019
Sleep is the most active “inactive” part of your life. Although your muscles are relaxed and still (sleep walkers excluded!), the rest of your body is working hard to rebuild your foundation for the next day. And doing so correctly requires a certain architecture. Sleep architecture refers to the three primary phases of sleep essential for this process; here's how they come together to build you a strong tomorrow.