Learn how deep, restful, restorative sleep can improve your resilience and fix your sleep, when you…
Are you having trouble getting a good night’s rest?
If you struggle to fall asleep or stay asleep for seven to eight hours per night, you could be compromising your ability to heal.
When you are physically exhausted, you have less capacity for resilience.
Restful, restorative sleep has been shown to increase resilience, making it easier to cope with stress and regulate our emotions. Sleep even impacts how well your brain adapts and how you are able to process emotion.
Restful sleep can:
- Improve mental clarity and memory
- Enhance athletic performance
- Boost mood and energy
- Improve immune function
- Increase your tolerance to stress
Sleep deprivation compromises your ability to focus, connect and make thoughtful decisions. Resilience requires energy and poor sleep depletes your energy reserves. So when you don’t get enough sleep, small day-to-day stressors like coping with work pressure or relationship hiccups can feel more overwhelming.
Sleep also appears to restore our emotional brain circuits, supporting healthy levels of mood supporting hormones, including serotonin, dopamine and cortisol, that affect your tools of resilience, including your thoughts, mood and energy.
This eGuide is intended to help you understand the root cause of your sleep challenge, so that you might address the underlying issue and restore restful sleep.
When you unlock this gift, you’ll also save a seat for the free, online Resilience Roadmap Summit taking place on October 25-31, 2021, where over 50 experts will teach you more about easy, actionable and immediate tools and practices to cultivate resilience!
Yes, you truly have the means to get started on better health today!
Paul at ChangeThatmind.com
(Note that ChangeThatMind is an affiliate of HealthMeans)
P.S. Enjoy learning from Jodi Cohen’s information-packed, 34-page eGuide, Improve Your Resilience: Fix Your Sleep, when you unlock it now!
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