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- Fri, 12 Apr 2019 21:08:56 EST 0e6ht6pX No.95318
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How important is sleep for a daily schedule?
Ernest Clenninglun - Mon, 22 Apr 2019 20:45:01 EST V3eCMh4D No.95342 Reply
All memory, muscle memory, and muscle recovery happens when you sleep. Probably the most important thing
Eugene Drangerdock - Tue, 30 Jul 2019 11:15:48 EST hbfQHISq No.95636 Reply
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>It’s not only that getting enough sleep helps muscles grow. Without adequate sleep muscle mass decreases.

>A study in 2011 examined how sleep deprivation affected muscle gains and recovery.1 The study followed individuals who were on a strict sleep schedule for 72 hours. During this time, one group was allowed 5.5 hours of sleep; another was allowed 8.5 hours per day. All individuals followed a calorie-regulated diet.

>What researchers discovered was that the individuals who slept only 5.5 hours had 60% less muscle mass at the end of the study, while those who slept 8.5 hours had 40% more muscle mass.

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