One on One Skype Sleep Coaching and Workshops – to help you get to sleep and stay asleep.
Sure this website talks about everything under the sun about insomnia, however we do know that the DIY self help approach is not always enough. That’s why we offer one on one Skype sleep coaching sessions for those that need a more personalised approach to curing insomnia.
If you have chronic insomnia you may like to consider a one on one session with Tristian. Discover everything you would in the sleep coaching workshop in a much more in depth and personal level. Your individual health concerns can be addressed at the same time as working on a combination of strategies to combat your sleeping problem.
You can be sure Tristian knows just what you are going through so on top of offering you solutions, she’s there for you at times when you just need someone to talk to about your condition, because from her experience most people simply don’t understand.
An effective step by step individually tailored sleep strategy program designed for those who want a kick start their sleep and for those chronic insomniacs who have all but lost hope they will ever be able to sleep well again.
Price: $247 per consult includes personalised program and herbal prescriptions, nutritional advice when required.
* Recognise what triggers your insomnia
* Understand what type of insomnia you have and how it is best managed
* Choose natural supplements and herbs to get your sleeping pattern back on track
* Manage those times you do have insomnia – tips to make this time easier (easy meals, strategies for coping).
* Re-boot your sleeping ability
* Retrain your brain to make it wired for good sleep
* Understand how diet effects your sleep
* How your environment effects your sleep
* How stress effects sleep and what you can do about it
* Managing work life balance
* Practice mindfulness and other techniques to help calm your mind and stop harmful obsessive worry about sleep
Highly Effective and 100% Natural Insomnia Cures
The benefits of natural therapies for insomnia and sleep maintenance are that they are not addictive like some medications and won’t leave you feeling groggy in the morning. Even more importantly, natural sleep remedies and medication can help address the underlying causes of poor sleep such as nutritional deficiencies and stress.
Not being able to sleep affects everyone at some point in their life and about 10% of the population suffer from insomnia that continues for six months or more.
Sleep Conditions We Treat
Insomnia – trouble falling to sleep, waking through the night, waking too early.
Stress and anxiety – are a major contributor to insomnia as well as a range of other health issues. Worry, thoughts about the future, personal relationships, stress at work and finances are just some of the issues we treat.
Adrenal exhaustion and fatigue – When you don’t sleep you have to rely on something to keep you going. That’s why your adrenals start going into overdrive to pump out the energy needed to get you through the day. Unfortunately this in turn serves to deplete your energy which can lead to chronic fatigue and health problems.
Digestive issues – often go hand in hand with being stressed and wired. Your gut and nervous system are so interconnected that when you don’t sleep your digestion slows down to the point it can stop working, and this in turn leads to further stress and insomnia. It becomes a vicious cycle.
Hormonal imbalance – If your hormones are out of balance you may find yourself with insomnia. Menopause and pre-menopause can affect your internal thermostat and play havoc on your sleep. Women of reproductive age also report sleep disturbances during the premenstrual week and the first few days of menstruation (PMS insomnia) and if this is effecting your energy levels in the day we can offer you hormone balancing herbs and supplements.
Detox – When your system is full of toxins you may need a good clean out in order for your body to return to normal. A liver struggling to get rid of toxins is likely to cause disruption to sleep.
Nutrition and Diet – the foods we eat greatly affect our sleep. We need the right amount of nutrients to turn on and off gene expression as well as for the efficient functioning of chemical reactions in the body. A bad diet can have bigger consequences than you may realise.