‘How do you sleep at night?’
This is a question I get asked all the time. And the truth is that even after 10 years of sleep research and practice, my sleep isn’t ‘perfect’.
But that is okay, because my sleep is constantly really great but never ‘perfect’.
During our life, our sleep will change and be affected by various things which is why this it is such a super interesting element of our human biology and behaviour. What I learnt over the years, is that if you want to achieve healthy sleep, you need to develop certain skills and behaviours around it.
Think of your ability to switch off in the evening for example. If you had a really busy and stressful day, you may find it harder to get to sleep. Or for others it is actually the total opposite. They may fall asleep really easy but then wake up in the middle of the night and not be able to get back to sleep.
Through overcoming my insomnia and working with clients, I realised that sleeping well at night is a skill that you can develop too.
If you have any questions about this, or would like to arrange a complimentary sleep coaching session, feel free to send me a message.