Are your days so full of stress that you can't seem to switch off and relax at night?
Do you lie awake in bed at night worrying about all the things you need to do?
Is your body so pumped full of anxiety that you wake up in the middle of the night with a sense of panic and overwhelm?
You're not alone.
Millions of people are sleep deprived
from too much stress.
Download the FREE ebook: "21 Tips For Better Sleep”
Here’s the truth…
Sleep deprivation will kill you more quickly than food deprivation
Neither are good for you, obviously, studies show that sleep is actually more important than food in the short term.
Ideally, falling asleep at night should take you 10-15 minutes. If it takes you less than five minutes, chances are you are sleep deprived.
Only five ago, I too wrestled with sleep deprivation – there were so many negative thoughts spinning in my head, it felt like I was losing control of my life and finances.
“What if no one wants my coaching services?”
and “What if no one comes to our retreats?”
I was paralysed by fear.
On occasions, I’d wake up in a cold sweat in the middle of the night and go sit on the couch with a cup of chamomile tea, staring out the window into the night, while trying to calm my mind and reassure myself.
I didn’t think it was possible to make some simple adjustments to my daily routine to ensure better sleep.
So I never even tried.
Until my hubby JJ, who is a “Me-Time” Coach and accredited Yoga & Meditation Expert, taught me the value of creating daily Me-Time moments to experience inner peace and regain my authentic power. This had a massive, positive affect on my sleep.
Daily Me-time moments will connect you
back to your core so that you automatically
give your overheated mind a rest
and hear the voice of your heart again
to promote better sleep.
And the difference Me-time moments have made to my inner-peace has helped me to sleep like a puppy for 8 hours straight. As a result, I’m better able to create solutions and my productivity has gone through the roof.
We know that negative thoughts manifest as stress in the mind and body. And, our brain releases hormones that inflame our cells to initiate a fight or flight response.
we experience relentless tension,
which can lead to illness.
That’s why, it’s time to TAKE BACK your sleep.
Humans need to spend 1/3 of their life sleeping to rejuvenate the mind, repair the body and recharge our energy.
So, If what you’re doing to relax and sleep simply isn’t working for you… and creating Me-Time moments in your daily routine makes sense…
Then check out the new e-book from my hubby JJ called, "21 tips to better sleep".Get your FREE copy here.
Supporting your success (and your sleep),