Good night. Wait, is that even a thing in your life? Does evening time and the act of climbing into bed create all kinds of anxiety and frustration for you? Do you have a love/hate relationship with sleep? Has your insomnia taken over and impacted your life? As a modern day woman, you are short on time and short on sleep with the multitude of responsibilities you juggle. When you are low on energy and sleepy how are you supposed to be your best self, let alone put your best, well-rested foot forward, for your family or your job?
Adult Sleep Coaching For Women
Sleep for a woman is different than for a man and with that a different approach is needed. We’re not talking one-size-fits-all here. Statistically, women are more likely to have insomnia over men by 2:1 ratio. Your sleep will naturally vary throughout your life. Being blessed with ovaries, your sleep will ebb and flow as you navigate:
- Monthly menstrual cycles
Each of these seasons in your life require nuances that help to support your sleep and well being. In addition to these hormone-related changes, you are also building your career, leading a company, taking care of your family, caring for aging parents, or shouldering other responsibilities and expectations.
That is a lot to carry and then at the end of the day, apparently, you are supposed to figure how the heck you are going to get to sleep when there is so much that still needs to be done and you are being pulled in 25 directions?
Enter a sleep coach for women.
Hiring a sleep coach is going to empower you to have control over aspects of your sleep. You can’t “make” yourself sleep, but you can set the stage, manage the expectations, and support the sleep you do get. Sleep resiliency is one of the things I teach. There will be plenty of times that your sleep will suffer. A stressful period at work or at home, can knock your sleep out of whack, but in the past, you might have taken a long time to get your sleep back on track. With increased sleep resiliency, you will be able to regain your sleep in a few days.
Here are some things you might uncover about your sleep while working with me:
- How to sleep for your chronotype
- A breathing exercise to lower anxiety and the feelings of stress
- Why you always feel tired even after sleeping
- Daily habits that are stealing your high quality sleep
- Specific supplements for balancing your hormones and energizing yourself