[Sleep Expert Interview] The Necessity of Sleep with an IBS Healing Protocol
You may not feel that sleep belongs in a digestive healing protocol but I promise you that it is next to impossible to heal your painfully bloated irritated tummy without at least 7+ hours of it. This is when our body can take the time to actually heal and rebuild that damaged digestive tract. ⠀ ⠀ This is why I brought in the big guns today Beth Wyatt, who gives women safe, natural and practical solutions to relieve insomnia and bedtime anxiety, so they can get the deep, restorative sleep they need.
As a Certified Nutritional Practitioner specializing IBS and chronic tummy troubles I am a firm believer in getting to the root of any health issues rather than just simply putting a band-aide on the problem. Which is why we spent a good deal of our time at the beginning and Beth's specific formula (aka: evening rituals) for setting ourselves up for an amazingly healing sleep.
KEY INTERVIEW POINTS
When should we stop eating/drinking before bed
Ideal ways to spend your time pre-bedtime time
The best ways to prep your room for sleep
Awesome apps to help you sleep
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