On this feel good day, Dr. Phil shares seven habits that will help you get a better night’s rest.
Key Takeaways from This Podcast:
[2:36] How well are you sleeping?
[3:22] Dr. Phil is often asked how to get to sleep and how to stay asleep.
[4:12] How can a regular bedtime and waketime help you to sleep better?
[5:22] We can all get moderate exercise everyday.
[5:56] Is dinner your largest meal of the day? How might that affect your sleep?
[6:29] What foods should you avoid at night?
[7:08] What environmental factors affect your sleep?
[8:18] How can bright screens at night affect your ability to get to sleep?
[9:11] Many people have their sleep disrupted by needing to use the restroom during the night.
[10:10] How can your bed affect your sleep?
[11:39] Find a free guide to help you sleep better at carsonnatural.com/helpmesleep. This guide includes the seven simple habits and tips from the episode today and will help you to sleep even better.
[12:10] Check out Dr. Phil’s book, How to Live Until You Die, for information on sleeping better and much more.
[12:39] This episode’s Feeling Good Superhero is Sue. Sue came to Dr. Phil because she was struggling with sleeping. She was exhausted and struggling with her health because she couldn’t sleep. Dr. Phil helped her to discover that the underlying cause of disrupting her sleep was stress in her life and it was causing a hormonal imbalance. However, she implemented some strategies Dr. Phil suggested and it completely changed her sleeping habits and patterns.
[14:58] The greatest joys in life come not from you being lifted by others, but rather by others being lifted by you.
[15:16] Have health questions? Visit carsonnatural.com & click on the ‘Ask Dr. Phil’ microphone to record your questions or email them to [email protected]
Mentioned in This Episode of The Feeling Good Podcast:
Carson Natural Health & Wellness Consulting – Facebook page
Dr. Laura Washington
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