I used to be where you are.
I had trouble falling asleep most nights, and went through weeks where I would wake up at 3 am and couldn’t fall back to sleep.
I convinced myself my insomnia was unsolvable.
To feel better, I told myself “sleep is for chumps” – for people who were fooled into thinking they had to spend 1/3 of their lives unconscious.
I must just be a unicorn who doesn’t need it.
Well, I’m not. Thankfully, I figured it out. I sleep well and now I want to help you master sleep too.
If you’re like me, you’re tired of being tired.
Frustrated with trying so hard to sleep better and not being able to do it.
Feeling unrested, moody, and worried your productivity is suffering because you’re not sleeping well enough.
Maybe your relationships are even suffering.
If you're like me, you think you've tried EVERYTHING to sleep better.
You’ve tried going to bed earlier.
You’ve tried waking up earlier – all the Fortune 500 CEO’s do it right? The 5 am club?
A white noise machine.
Changing your pillow or mattress.
Maybe you’ve even considered changing your partner because dammit, it’s infuriating that they can fall asleep the minute their head hits the pillow, isn’t it? (kidding…sort of)
Like I did, you changed everything OUTSIDE YOURSELF to fix your sleep problems.
Fortunately, my program doesn’t rely on external solutions, magic pills or potions.
That’s because I know the solution is inside of you.
This doesn’t mean insomnia isn’t a real problem – it is. Our human brains are capable of creating a lot of very real problems for us.
Most sleep problems, outside a few rare medical conditions, are caused by unhelpful thoughts and habits.
Which is great news because we learned those unhelpful habits! So we can unlearn them too, and replace them with ones that help you sleep.
What I didn't know is that I had to change the way I THINK about sleep
All the great habits and sleep hygiene protocols in the world won’t make a difference if you think you’re a terrible sleeper.
Or if you’ve created mental associations connecting your bedroom or bed with insomnia.
All of this has to be unlearned first.
And that’s where my 8-week Sleep Success coaching program (using Cognitive Behavioural Therapy for Insomnia practices) comes in.
It works. It’s evidence-based. And you’ll wish you had known about it sooner.
I know I do.