Woman to Woman: How to Get Your Best Sleep in Midlife
Time to get your best sleep in midlife (and later)!! You’re going to hear about thought restructuring, placebo effects, and how to improve your days by improving your nights.
Does sex before bed improve your sleep?
What do you do if you’re waking at 2 or 3 am? Why might you be waking at these times and why does the frequency of wake ups increase?
Need Tips on Sleep? My free Sleep Yourself Skinny eguideMy Guest:
Morgan Adams is a transformative holistic sleep coach who empowers women to conquer their battle with sleepless nights, without reliance on sleep medications. With her powerful sleep toolkit, Morgan not only ensures that women experience a profound enhancement in their sleep quality, but she also guides them in rekindling their relationship with sleep, paving the way for less stressful and more fulfilling days.
Having struggled with insomnia and dependency on prescription sleeping pills for almost a decade, Morgan intimately understands the profound impact sleep has on one’s quality of life.
Morgan’s resilience shines bright as a two-time breast cancer survivor. This experience fueled her advocacy for a lifestyle rooted in disease prevention. Her wisdom and guidance extend far beyond just sleep, as she champions holistic well-being in all aspects of life.Questions We Answer in This Episode:
- What are the most powerful (and free!) sleep tips for women in midlife?
- What’s the best way to deal with midlife insomnia?
- Why are more women (vs. men) having problems sleeping in midlife?
- What’s causing my 3am wake-ups and what can I do about them?
- How important are morning/evening routines for sleep?
- How helpful are wearable sleep trackers?
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