The 10 Smartest Things You Can Do for Your Body This Summer
's secrets for staying happy, sharp, and healthy
Illustration: Eleftheria Alexandri
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Get More Sleep
"Studies show that people who lack sleep have higher cortisol levels and are more prone to all kinds of illnesses, including cardiovascular disease," says Bark. "I love to nap in the summer outside. Lying in a hammock on a warm summer day, hearing the breeze rustling... It's so plush and indulgent and I love it, love it, love it."
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