Actually, Kalaya is rockin’ it and typically sleeping throughout the night with only one waking to nurse, which Sonia does. So I’ve been pretty fortunate with the sleep as of late. Pretty dang good. I gotta say that right after she was born though, Kalaya sure was putting the hurt on me with some great sleep deprivation training.
Did you know… an interesting study shows that the average American sleeps just 6.1 hours per night. Are you kidding me!
Did you know… that Americans sleep approximately 2 hours less per night than in 1900.
80-90% of visits to the doctor are rooted in psycho-sematic causes (i.e. anxiety or depression). Just wondering what would happen if everyone were getting 2 more hours of sleep per night.
Sleep, oxygen, food, movement, mindset… these are some of the cornerstones required to live a life full of VITALITY.
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