Do you struggle with sleep? Having a restful night is not a luxury like some think, it’s a necessity!
I’m constantly being called in to work with clients due to lack of sleep and it’s truly amazing to me how some people are surviving on so little sleep. The issues range from an ability to relax in their bedrooms and actually fall asleep as well as their ability to stay asleep. Immediately I can typically see what is going on when I am able to be in the client’s bedroom. For a virtual client I’ll ask them to take their phone or computer to their bedroom so that I can see the space. Of course, everyone is fearful of me actually telling them that they need to put effort into this space. Everyone thinks that no one is ever in the space except them. However, this room actually reflects so much about how you feel about yourself. YOU DESERVE a restful night and to wake up feeling refreshed in the morning.
According to the National Sleep Foundation, “35 percent of Americans report their sleep quality as “poor” or “only fair”. Are you on of these people? On a scale of 1-10 with one being low, how would you rate your sleep? The National Sleep Foundation also found that “20% of Americans reported that they did not wake up feeling refreshed on any of the past seven days”. We can’t just count on vacation days to catch up on sleep, we need to be proactive and make even some simple tweaks to improve our sleeping situations.
These changes can be done easily. It begins with looking into your bedding and the arrangement of the room. Light plays a major factor too. Are there many EMF’s near your body when you sleep? What is being stored in your room? Finally, can you accentuate your room with crystals or aromatherapy to enhance your sleep experience?
If you found any of this interesting and would like to improve your sleep, I’d love to have you join me in my Four Steps to Easily Feng Shui Your Bedroom Workshop. It’s totally FREE and just four easy steps.
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