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If you want to live An Uncluttered Life, it starts with having enough energy to do it! In today’s episode, you’ll learn why a nighttime routine is important in creating healthy sleep patterns.
One of the most interesting things we’ve discovered about sleep deficiency and deprivation is the lack of sound judgement that results from it. And nowhere is this lack of judgement more distorted than when it comes to analyzing your own sleep.
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If you are sleep-deprived, you are less likely to recognize it because you’re sleep deprived!
In addition to today’s free resource guide, which will help you create a healthy nighttime routine for better sleep, we’ve put together a list of signs of sleep deficiency just in case you haven’t recognized the effects in your own life.
How many of these fit you? If you’re sleeping less than 7 hours a night on a regular basis, the odds are high you’ve noted a few of these in your life.
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Resources Mentioned in the Episode
- Hypnosis helped me get to sleep
- Guided self-hypnosis on YouTube
- Another guided self-hypnosis on YouTube
Join us next week when we take the concept of emptying your brain out for a good night’s sleep one step further. You’ll learn how to offload your memory in a paper notebook. See you then!