How To Sleep Better

cozy bedroom to get better sleep

Let’s face it – we don’t get enough sleep. We have bed times and nap times for our kids, but when it comes to ourselves, our sleep always gets sacrificed for something else. In this week’s episode, I was lucky to have Dr. Shelby Harris, sleep specialist answer the most basic of questions “What constitutes good sleep health and why is this important?”

If you feel like you have trouble getting quality sleep, difficulty prioritizing sleep or are just plain tired throughout the day – then this episode is for you.

We discuss:

  • What constitutes good sleep health
  • Indicators that you aren’t getting enough sleep
  • How sleep and poor sleep habits affect women
  • Methods for treating sleep problems (non-medication)
  • Things you can do each day to optimize the sleep you are getting
  • Getting rid of the stigma for seeking help for sleep.

Dr. Harris is a clinical s a clinical psychologist in private practice in NYC and is board certified in behavioral sleep medicine. She treats a wide variety of sleep, anxiety and depression issues using evidence-based, non-medication treatment. Dr. Harris has been an invited columnist for the New York Times and is frequently quoted in the media including The New Yorker and Washington Post, as well as appearing on the Today show, good morning America and CBS Mornings.

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