Dont mean to go all Jerry Seinfeld on you,

but what is the deal with not being able to sleep despite the fact you’ve been running around on empty for most of the day?

You too?

Luckily for me, more times than not over the course of the week I sleep pretty good.

Still have plenty of nights though were for some reason or another I wake up and for whatever reason can’t get back.

You know what it’s like if this is you,

you start thinking about all these random thoughts that come into your head.

Nothing that serves any benefit at 3am of course.

And nothing that is urgent enough to keep you awake at that ungodly hour.

Just enough to be a pain in the arse and ensure you need a coffee or three to get through the day without going postal on anyone.

Enough of that though.

Cause I heard something last week that may be of benefit to you.

Well at least of benefit to you if your lack of sleep issues are from going to bed too late cause you got stuck into the latest episode of Game of Thrones or whatever.

Personally I’m not into that show but whatever floats your boat.

Power is my show of the moment.

Love it.

Anyways, back on point.

A client, who struggles with sleep, was telling me her doctor recommended going to bed 5 minutes earlier each night.

Yep just 5 minutes.

Rather than trying to go all out and go to bed an hour earlier just to find yourself tossing and turning all that time anyways.

Which just adds to your frustration when you’re trying to do the right thing and go to bed earlier right?!

And the next night is another 5 minutes earlier.

Get the point?

And it makes sense when you think about it.

Just imagine you haven’t done any exercise for a while and decide to that today is the day to finally get cracking.

You go all in.

Absolutely push your body to the edge.

Next morning and you can’t get out of bed.

You can’t move.

Your body is in agony and punishing you for the sins of yesterday.

Kinda like a bad hangover but worse.

Cause everything hurts.

However when you start slowly, and gradually build up with each workout and each progressive week,

you don’t get that.

And that’s exactly the process we do with our DPM sessions.

Start you slowly so you progress at YOUR pace.

Not whatever the woman next to you is working at.

That’s why it’s sustainable.

And that’s why applying that same protocol to your sleep might work for you too.

Makes sense right?

Let me know if it works for you.


PS – If you’re wondering just how I can help you get back in those skinny jeans and shift those stubborn kilos that just won’t seem to budge no matter what you’ve tried before, hit me up.

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