Sleep Helps Players Excel in NBA Finals

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June 5, 2018

BRIEF: Sleep Helps Players Excel in NBA Finals

(Inside Science) — The Cleveland Cavaliers will face the Golden State Warriors in game one of the NBA Finals tonight. It’s the fourth straight year the two teams have competed for the NBA title. Among the other factors that help both teams compete at the highest level is a simple recovery tool that’s available to everyone: sleep.

The Complete Guide to Sleep-Tracking Technology

This guide should help answer all of your questions about sleep-tracking technology, including variables in data capture, choosing among device brands and options, and how to use the sleep data that’s collected. We provide an honest look at sleep technology, noting accuracy and usefulness.

Why Athletes Should Use Infrared Saunas

The use of traditional saunas goes all the way back to Native American sweat lodges and sauna baths in Finland, and to this day they are utilized for a myriad of physical and spiritual benefits.

LifeBeam Launches Its Voice Activated AI Trainer Vi – Sports Wearable

Vi is a personal trainer developed by Life Beam. It is unlike any other exercise related tech gadget because it is first of its kind personalized artificial intelligence trainer. The biometric earphones come with voice commands along with its other sensitive functions. The biosensors are powered by Harman Kardon.

The disgraceful reaction to Loris Karius’ concussion diagnosis highlights football’s appalling ignorance of head injuries

If there is one thing we have learned from the revelation that Liverpool goalkeeper Loris Karius suffered a concussion after clashing with Real Madrid captain Sergio Ramos in the Champions League final, it is the general ignorance to the potential dangers caused by trauma to the head.

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