Ever feel like you’re just tired ALL THE TIME? Even though you spend the day exhausted, when it’s time to sleep, you don’t feel completely rested.
It’s frustrating right? Especially because high quality sleep is VITAL to good health—to repairing your cells and regulating your metabolism.
It’s more common than most people think that poor sleep can affect your health and well-being. In fact, research shows that 1 in 3 of us aren’t getting enough sleep on a regular basis, and that is likely having a huge impact on your health and well-being.
Because the truth is that if you’re not sleeping well, it’s not just your energy levels that are suffering. It’s not just that you’re a little bit tired. It’s not just that you need a little pick-me-up in the morning.
It’s that your ability to function and feel your best is being severely compromised. It’s that your mental clarity and focus are suffering. It’s that your emotional health is being affected. It’s that your weight loss efforts are being derailed. It’s that your risk for chronic disease is going way up.
So that’s why I want to spend today talking about exactly that—about sleep, and the impact it has on our health, and the simple changes you can make to make sure…