The power of sleep

The Power of Sleep

A bad night's sleep: increases:

  • Cortisol & Ghrelin production meaning you are more likely to crave unhealthy comfort food
  • Insulin resistance and weight gain
  • The risk of type 2 diabetes
  • Premenstrual, perimenopause and menopause tension
  • Resting heart rate
  • Accidents and the risk of injury 
  • Cancer
  • Premature aging & death

Online course:

Time investment:  4 hours 

  • The causes of insomnia and the tests you may wish to get
  • How to set yourself up for a successful uninterrupted night’s sleep
  • I will teach you a powerful practice, that helps you to reboot your nervous system, which is going to help your endocrine to work better, regulating cortisol (stress hormone) levels so that its produced at the right time of day in the right quantities. 
What to expect:

Improved sleep (if the insomnia is due to stress)

Other benefits can include:

  • A decrease in Restless Leg Syndrome
  • A decrease in pain in the night

A bad night's sleep decreases:

  • Growth hormone levels which hinders muscle growth and recovery
  • Testosterone levels which interferes with your energy and sex drive
  • Your ability to concentrate