Sleep Workshop: How to actually get some and get a better night’s sleep
Sleep. Sometime it seems to literally escape us. We can either get to sleep but not stay asleep, or have difficulty falling asleep. Some of us have no troubles falling asleep but it’s the quality of our zzz’s that is our issue, as we wake up feeling tired. Not getting enough quality shut eye not only makes us grumpy, but it makes it harder to concentrate, we have less patience, our ability to concentrate is reduced and we have less energy. In short it affects the quality of our life, and the lives of people around us.
Lack of quality time with the Sandman is also linked to an increase in depression and anxiety, and obesity and a decrease in in the functioning of our immune system. We need sleep to repair our bodies, rest our mind and to function.
But you know that already right? You’ve tried warm milk and chamomile tea before bed, and frankly, you’re frustrated. It’s not as if you had a cup of coffee before bed… but you may have an addiction to Netflix or read a book on your ipad before you go to bed. You’ve got to try something right?
Nothing seems to work and you’re so damn tired, you find memes on the internet hilarious. Heck you probably already have these saved on your camera roll on your phone from when you screenshotted them in the middle of the night, and may have even snarkily posted one on Facebook or Instagram wondering if in fact anyone gave a damn. (I know, they didn’t).
And you totally get this meme.
If you have enough energy to give it another go, just one more time, to see if you can find a solution, then today is your lucky day. You finally came across the right page on google, and all you have to do now is click on the picture of the cat, and help is on the way.
Pinky promise, cross my heart and all that stuff.
My sleep workshop will provide you with practical tools to help you gain a better night’s sleep. It’s free. So you’ve got nothing to lose and everything to gain, including peace of mind.
I look forward to helping you gain a better night’s sleep.