The amount of sleep you get can directly impact your vibrancy as well as the quality of sex you have in your marriage.

When you are tired and worn out sex is the last thing you may want to be doing.

If anything, you would rather roll over and get more sleep.

Well, a good night of sleep will benefit your sex life and many other areas of your life as well.

This week Tony and Alisa share how you can feel better by getting more sleep. Not only will you learn the impact from lack of sleep, but tips on how to have a great night of sleep.

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