“Focusing on obtaining good sleep — 7 to 9 hours at night with a regular wake time along with waking refreshed and being alert throughout the day — may be an important behavior that helps people stick with their physical activity and dietary modification goals,” Christopher E. Kline, PhD, associate professor in the department of health and human development at the University of Pittsburgh, said in a press release.”
Focusing on what you want gets you started. Focusing on what you get keeps you going.
This simple idea may be the most useful thing I have ever learned about changing behavior.
— Read on joshuasteinfeldt.com/blog/2018/2/28/the-science-behind-making-habits-stick