How to Fix Your Sleep Schedule
Night owls and early birds, it’s time to fix your sleep schedule. If your mind is too active when you are trying to sleep, the reason could be that you are trying to sleep at a time when your body clock is promoting alertness. To set yourself up for a successful night of rest, it’s vital to match your internal clock to the one on your bedside table. This excerpt from the popular audiobook Goodnight Mind: Turn Off Your Noisy Thoughts and Get a Good Night’s Sleep will guide you in making the changes to help you thrive.
Today we are sharing an excerpt from Doctors Rachel Manber and Colleen Carney’s audiobook, Goodnight Mind: Turn Off Your Noisy Thoughts and Get a Good Night’s Sleep. When counting sheep won’t get you to sleep, address the behavioral factors that stop you from getting to dreamland. With the help of cognitive behavioral therapy and the perspective of sleep experts, you can find the help that leaves you feeling fresh and rested.
What’s in this episode?
In this episode, Drs. Manber and Carney share how to fix your sleep schedule. Join us as we explore the ultimate sleep hack: aligning your internal body clock with the one on your bedside table. Tune in now and embark on your journey to sweet dreams!
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