Distractions in the bedroom - Yeah, I'm gonna talk about it.
What were you thinking I was gonna talk about? Get your head out the gutter ;-) For the full YouTube video - hit the link in my bio.
Phones are with us all the time and massively addictive. They are also a huge distraction and can have a massive impact on the quality of our sleep each night.
This video looks at that problem and offers you a few useful solutions.
My nightly #routine is slowly becoming more and more. These two bottles sit on my nightstand so I don’t forget them! My #sleep patterns have ALWAYS been terrible and my quality of sleep suffers from it. This combination has me drifting off to la-la-land sooner and finding that restful sleep I’ve needed while supporting my immune system! 🔴ImmuPro: a blend that aids in normal immune function and supports my body’s ability to fight all the junk that’s going around! I’ve cut my dose down to 1/2 a tablet a night because I was sleeping so hard, I couldn’t hear Eli at night. 😐
💦Sweet Dreams Roller: contains Lavender and Cedarwood and topped off with a carrier oil. A swipe up and down each foot is enough to soothe me right to sleep! I’ve been using this on Eli as well and he’s down to waking up one-two times a night!
No, not right now!
Well, maybe right now.
Yeah--GO FOR IT!
Did you know that not getting enough sleep can actually HOLD YOU BACK from losing weight?
By not getting enough sleep you ate constantly putting more and more stress on your body which in turn causes you to hold on to the weight regardless of the exercise regimen.
Tips to get better sleep tonight: ☆keep a regular sleep schedule - try to go to bed and wake up at the same time every day. Even on the weekends! ☆keep your room dark, cool & free of distraction - turn the heat down, get some dark curtains and put your phone in the other room. ☆avoid caffeine at least 4hrs before bed. -caffeine can stay in your system for up to 6hrs! ☆keep track of habits that help you fall asleep and repeat them nightly - relaxing music, reading a book, etc.
Nighty night! 😴
“Not only do infants lack the hormonal regulators of sleep of an adult, but a baby’s sleep cycle is hugely different, lasting about half as long as an adult sleep state.” - Sarah Ockwell-Smith. Perhaps then, it’s not the baby’s sleeping patterns that need to be “fixed” but our expectations of such that can be changed. So what does “sleep like a baby”mean? Find out at our #pathways connect gatherings on April 24 and 25. Connect me to RSVP. #sleep#infants#babies#parenting#cosleeping#sleeplikeababy