Our body’s need proper amounts of sleep to be at our best; physically, mentally, emotionally, and even spiritually. (Ready my past blog post about the healing nature of sleep.)
Check out this study that links improper sleep as children into unhealthy adults:
Young children who do not get enough sleep are at increased risk of becoming overweight, even after taking account of lifestyle factors, finds a study published online in the British Medical Journal. Via http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2011/05/110526205103.htm
So what can you do? Listen to your body to achieve the amount of sleep you need. Try methods like meditation to help you get to sleep easier.
If your sleep issues are rooted in something deeper than day-to-day distractions, consider a session to transform the root cause of the issue.
“I had been unable to sleep through the night for over 15 years before my sessions with you. It is heartwarming for me now to require an alarm clock to get up each morning. My heartfelt and enduring gratitude to you and the work you do for this unparalleled assistance in my life.” S.C. Pensacola, FL – Testimonial from a client — phone and in-person sessions are available.