One of the most common complaints I hear from my patients is about poor sleep and fatigue. It’s hard to have good energy if you don’t get enough sleep, that much makes sense.
However, the tricky part is how to know what is interrupting a good night's sleep.
For many, anxiety and stress is a common cause. I know, I speak from experience. For years I would begin to panic later in the evening knowing that I was probably going to lie awake for hours, tossing and turning and worrying about just about anything there was to worry about. It took time to realize that my diet, my screen time, my exercise and my stress levels were to blame, and so now I covet my bedtime routine.
Using calming teas like Harmony Tea Co’s Deep Sleep has been a game changer. 1 cup 30 minutes before bed helps to calm my busy brain and allows for a deeper, more restful sleep.