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Health Matarazzo reveals about colleague Nagelsmann: in sleep

18:20  25 april  2021
18:20  25 april  2021 Source:   sport1.de

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talks that Leipzig's Julian Nagelsmann and Stuttgarts Pellegrino Matarazzo have a special relationship with each other, is known.

Haben ein besonderes Verhältnis zueinander: Stuttgarts Trainer Pellegrino Matarazzo (l) und Leipzigs Trainer Julian Nagelsmann. © Jan Waitas / DPA Central Image / DPA have a special relationship with each other: Stuttgart coach Pellegrino Matarazzo (L) and Leipzig's coach Julian Nagelsmann.

Matarazzo once worked at the TSG Hoffenheim once as co-coach under Nagelsmann. Previously, both divided into the football teacher in the sports school Hennef a room. From this time, the two Bundesliga coaches now chatted some anecdotes before the direct duel of their teams. Over nightly conversations on the bed, hanger and sweets.

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"Julian has been a great roommate. Spacious, polite, respectful, "Matarazzo praised and then told the" Third or Fourth Night ", when Nagelsmann" sat on the bedrand and started at two o'clock in the morning to discuss with me. " Whether it was about football or other topics, the 43-year-old did not reveal. Only so much: "I got along, and after two minutes I realized that he still slept. From time to time that was the case, but it was funny, we also laughed at it. "

Nagelsmann joked over attacks with a hanger he had at Matarazz's "Astral body". When they finally stayed "staying in the beautiful rooms" and not in the "not so beautiful rooms above on the mountain" Be so euphoric that they had "and again for fun tabled", the ten years of younger Nagelsmann described The young trainer life.

Significantly more reasonable and serious, however, they behaved on the subject of healthy diet. "There were always sweets again, but overall we tried to discipline ourselves," Nagelsmann revealed in the double interview a few minutes before the kickoff.

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Those who get 5 or less hours of sleep per night are twice as likely to develop dementia than those who slept seven to eight hours per night. Even more, they discovered a link between sleep disturbance and sleep deficiency with overall risk of death. "Our findings illuminate a connection between sleep deficiency and risk of dementia and confirm the importance of efforts to help older individuals obtain sufficient sleep each night," lead author, Rebecca Robbins of the Division of Sleep and Circadian Disorders, explained in a Harvard press release.

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