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How did you sleep last night? Many people all over the world answer that question by saying, “Not that well.” Others say, “Not long enough,” or “All I did was toss and turn.”

Likewise, if you go into a break room at work and ask, “How are you?” most people will reply, “I’m tired,” and follow this up with a story about their stress keeping them awake. If you ask further they may share with you how their lack of sleep has led to them not being able to be productive at work or how they lack the energy to do the “fun” things in life.

When you are tired you are also “grumpy” and irritable and people may sidestep you. Sleep problems take a toll on relationship and on your overall quality of life.

Sleep deprivation is one of the worst epidemics in America. This often peaks in March. March is the time we lose an hour of sleep when the clocks get set forward. Many people tell me that they have a difficult time adjusting to the hour change and that their sleep is disrupted. It takes time to readjust to the new schedule. Maybe that is why the National Sleep Awareness week is in March?

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Sleep Deprivation has a high price. It is not a condition you should just deal with day after day. It leads to:

  • Decreased Performance and Alertness
  • Memory and Cognitive Impairment
  • Stress on Relationships – Irritability
  • Poor Quality of Life
  • Occupational Injury
  • Automobile Injury

Sleep provides an opportunity for the body to repair and restore itself. If you aren’t getting the recommended (scientifically proven, actually) six to nine hours of sleep a night that your body needs, then you are putting yourself at risk of additional health problems.

People who lack of sleep you are also more likely to suffer from:

  • Chronic obesity
  • Stress disorder
  • Heart conditions
  • Depression
  • And more !!!

The bottom line is that sleep is important. It is the most important self-care act we can do for ourselves. It’s even more relevant than eating healthy or getting enough exercise.

If you only do one thing for yourself, you should strive to get an excellent night’s sleep every night – no matter what. It is the foundation of every self-care plan. Now, if you’ve been taking sleep aids, you know that they can make you feel groggy and “not yourself.” Most people don’t want to be dependent on medications or over the counter sleep aids but don’t know how to make sleep happen without them.

After seeing so many of my patients suffering from a lack of sleep or relying on medications, I developed an all-natural solution based on scientifically-backed evidence related to sleep and the human body.

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And I hope to see you in the course so we can work together for you to get better sleep. Please be sure to leave feedback so that I can work on developing more great ecourses for you. And so that you’ll never need to answer the question, “How did you sleep?” with, “Not that well,” again.

 

Dr. Ines K. RoeDr. Ines K. Roe has been helping women in transition rediscover themselves for over 20 years. If you’ve  been feeling unfulfilled, are frustrated with your sense of accomplishment in midlife, or simply need guidance on your path to holistic well being, join her ecourses

By | 2016-10-18T00:29:14+00:00 March 23rd, 2015|Life Tools, Personal Care|9 Comments

9 Comments

  1. Doreen McGettigan March 23, 2015 at 12:33 pm - Reply

    You are so right, March is exhausting! I do my best to prepare for that lost hour especially as I get older.

  2. Carol Cassara March 23, 2015 at 2:49 pm - Reply

    Well, funny you should ask. I was up for an hour. Read myself back down.

  3. Tam Warner Minton March 23, 2015 at 7:38 pm - Reply

    I never have trouble falling asleep. And if I didn’t have to get up constantly because I have to pee every five minutes I would be very well rested! Not to mention my dogs getting me up so THEY can pee.

  4. Carolann March 23, 2015 at 10:39 pm - Reply

    Ah sleep…I know so many folks who have issues with sleeping. I sleep well except for the occasional pee like Tam but my daughter has issues I will forward this to her for sure. Thanks much!

  5. Andi March 24, 2015 at 2:32 am - Reply

    Sleep is a very important part of my life and allows me to function efficiently and effectively! I get at least 8 hours asleep a night and make it a priority to do so!

  6. Lois Alter Mark March 24, 2015 at 3:44 am - Reply

    I was a great sleeper until I turned 50. Now, six years later, I fall asleep fast but am up in the middle of the night, wide awake. I can’t remember the last time I got a straight 6 hours sleep, never mind 8.

  7. Kim Eldredge - New Frontier Books March 25, 2015 at 10:00 pm - Reply

    In Arizona we don’t do DST so there’s no clock change. BUT I’ve always had a love-hate relationship with sleep. The #1 thing that has helped has been changing my words around it. Instead of saying “I don’t sleep” to anybody who’d listen, I’ve changed it to: “I sleep well”. It seems to be working.

    I also have stopped beating myself up around nights when sleep isn’t as deep or as plentiful as I’d like. It’s not my fault if some nights the brain and body just don’t work together!

  8. Lorii Abela March 25, 2015 at 8:09 pm - Reply

    It is beyond question about the reality of sleep. No medicine can substitute the beneficial effect of the recommended number of hours for a healthy “you.”

  9. Mauro February 27, 2017 at 2:03 pm - Reply

    When we sleep well at night we feel happier during the day

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