Deep, restorative sleep is a gift. Unless it’s not coming easy—then it can feel like a nightmare.
I see this show up for folks in a number of different ways. Any of these sound familiar?
- You’re exhausted, but the second you lay down to go to sleep you feel WIDE AWAKE with a buzzing energy.
- You fall asleep fine and are JOLTED awake with a racing heart that feels like a panic attack.
- You have no trouble falling and staying asleep, but you wake up in the morning groggy, unrested, stiff and sore.
If you can relate to any of this, this week’s video re-release is for you.
All of these situations above stem from the same thing: unhealed trauma and a dysregulated nervous system.
(Something all the chamomile tea, sleep meditations, warm baths, and sleep hygiene practices in the world can’t touch.)
The good news? Better sleep is one of the top benefits my students report on a daily basis.
Because once you grow capacity, resilience, and regulation in your nervous system, these types of troubles tend to magically resolve.
Want to go to sleep peacefully and wake up in the morning feeling rested and refreshed?
Start with this important piece of education right here: