It's Time To Finally Get A Restful Night's Sleep

If you tend to struggle with sleep problems, it’s likely they get worse during the holiday season when life seems to be much busier with shopping, parties and travel. As I’ve discussed previously, good rest is vitally important for your long-term brain health, energy, weight control, and of course, your mood.

Recently, I posted blogs on the 2 Week Sleep Hygiene Challenge. Week 1 gave you the Hygiene Assessment to help you figure out what might be keeping you from getting your zzzzzs, and in week 2 I discussed 12 Tips to Enjoy Restful Sleep.

I’ve received so many questions through social media about sleep hygiene that I decided to create a short video about it for you. I hope you find it helpful.

After watching the video, I encourage you to click the blog links above and re-read parts 1 and 2 of the 2 Week of the Challenge. If you still have questions, be sure to let me know by leaving a comment here or on my Facebook or Instagram page.

 

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