Six Secrets to a Better Night’s Sleep

By Cheri Timmons, Certified Health Coach, owner Cheri Timmons Coaching, www.chericoaching.com

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January, 2019

Does the concept of a good night’s sleep seem like a dream? Do you feel tired and overwhelmed most of the day? Is recovery from an illness or injury taking longer than expected? Over time, you may have developed lifestyle patterns that are sabotaging your sleep and its benefits to your brain and body.

The cost of sleeplessness and its resulting fatigue is high. Without the foundation of a consistent sleep pattern, there are many consequences to your overall health. Unfortunately, that list can be lengthy: decreased focus, impaired memory, reduced productivity, delayed healing, lower energy level, emotional overwhelm and other negative health issues.

Perfect Blessings

The good news is that there are steps you can take to transform your sleep habits so you can feel more focused, productive and emotionally at ease. The first phase in this process is to explore your daily schedule, nighttime setting and screen usage, which all contribute to the quantity and quality of your sleep.

According to the National Sleep Foundation, adults (ages 26 – 64) need 7 – 9 hours of sleep each night. Your body and brain require this time for nightly repair and rejuvenation – more specifically memory consolidation, washing away of waste chemicals and toxins, as well as cell renewal and healing.

Which lifestyle patterns that are negatively affecting your sleep? How can you transform these habits to feel focused, energized and emotionally at ease in your day-to-day life?

*Fatigue can be a symptom of a medical issue. Please consult with your physician to rule out any medical causes for symptoms you are experiencing.

Cheri Timmons

Six Secrets to a Better Night’s Sleep

Come join Cheri Timmons for an insightful discussion of, “Six Secrets to a Better Night’s Sleep” on February 11, 2019, from 6:30pm – 7:30pm. Fee is $10 per person.