Updated: Jan 25
Sleep plays a vital role in good health and well-being throughout your life. The way you feel while you are awake depends in part on what happens while you are sleeping. During sleep, your body is working to support healthy brain function and maintain your physical health.
Sleep is important because it affects many of your body’s systems. Not getting enough sleep or enough quality sleep raises your risk for heart and respiratory problems and affects your metabolism, emotional wellness and ability to think clearly and focus on tasks.
Below is an online link that will get us started thinking about why sleep is so important.
Over the next few weeks, before we meet Jan 24th, think of some of your habits around sleep, daily routines, and what you would like to learn regarding this topic.
Over the upcoming weeks, in our Caring Circle, we will learn why sleep is so important to our healthy daily living. We will also learn what areas of the body benefit from good sleep as well as strategies, old and newer, that support a better nights rest. Afterwards, we will then take these ideas with us into a wonderful restorative yoga class. Hopefully, you will feel better equipped and less anxious around the illusive topic of "getting a better nights sleep". You will be so ready for bedtime!!
So happy you are joining in this wonderfully supportive self care class.
Good sleep is SO vital to good health!!
Why Sleep is So Important
Guided Meditation Link Bedtime Ritual To Unwind The Mind | Amy Patee, Insight Timer
See you January 24th, 7 pm. The Zoom Link will have been sent to you from