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How to calm your nervous system so you can sleep better

To sleep well, you need to be in a calm and relaxed state.

Many people with insomnia get stuck in the stress response. Their body is constantly releasing cortisol and so they get stuck in fight or flight or that sympathetic state.

In my latest article for the Jackson Hole News and Guide, you’ll learn:

  • Why you get stuck in fight or flight.

  • How stress affects the body over time.

  • 7 ways to calm your nervous system so you can sleep.

  • Tips for starting a new habit.

  • What mental & physical stressors can affect sleep.

Read the article here.

The key to sleeping well is to lower mental and physical stress as much as possible so your body and mind can be calm and relaxed. This is what we help you with in the Complete Sleep Solution program.

We use functional lab tests to find hidden physical stressors.

And we help with mental stress and anxiety about sleep so that your mind doesn’t keep you awake.

Book a consultation to find out more so you can finally get to the bottom of your sleep issues once and for all and get the sleep you need to be happy and healthy.

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