Archives for October 2014

Sleep and Fatigue ~ World Series Winners

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If the San Francisco Giants can do it, so can you. In this episode, I share how sleep could have given this year’s World Series winners an edge.  Experiential practice included.

Don’t stop there. Go to the box to your right and click PLEASE SEND ME MY EBOOK. I’ll also stay in touch with my free newsletter and keep you posted about other options so you can move your life in the direction you want to go.

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Is sleep the ticket to Giants series win?

Sleep and Fatigue – Noise Solutions

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Here’s some solutions to noise pollution, which disrupts sleep and has all kinds of health consequences.  This episode includes an experiential practice on this topic. Don’t stop there. Go to the box to your right, fill in your name and email address, then click PLEASE SEND ME MY EBOOK. I’ll also stay in touch with my free newsletter and keep you posted about other options so you can move your life in the direction you want to go.

Links associated with this topic, in honor of Rick Alber, my cousin by marriage.

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Sleep and Fatigue – Inner Noise?

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Noise pollution disrupts sleep with all kinds of health consequences. If your inner dialog is noisy, too, this episode will help. Habit change agent Michael Anne Conley includes an experiential practice on this topic.

To unwind that noise inner dialog, go to the box to your right and enter your name and email address. When you click PLEASE SEND ME MY EBOOK, I’ll send you a link. Plus, I’ll stay in touch with my free newsletter and keep you posted about other options so you can stop the clutter and move your life in the direction you want to go.

Sleep & Fatigue – Cortisol and More

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There are actions you can take to handle sleep difficulties, even when some things about the situations are out of your control. Check out the experiential practice in this episode, too.

While you’re at it, go to the box to your right for some more support.  If you fill in your name and email address, and click PLEASE SEND ME MY EBOOK, I’ll send it to you —  I offer perspective and specific things you can do to unwind your troublesome habits.

I’ll also stay in touch with my free newsletter and keep you posted about other options so you can move your life in the direction you want to go.

In this episode:

Graphic: Normal cortisol rhythm (but note – if you’re a night owl, the levels will typically be lower than if you’re a morning lark:

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Links associated with this podcast:

The Body Clock Guide to Better Health: How to Use your Body’s Natural Clock to Fight Illness and Achieve Maximum Health, by sleep researcher Michael Smolensky

Christine Northrup, MD on adrenal exhaustion

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