Most women notice changes in sleep as they transition through perimenopause, and many go to great lengths to be able to fall asleep, and stay asleep, more easily.
In this episode, Sarah Wilde introduces us to CBTi, and how this novel approach to helping us get more sleep is worth exploring. Sarah helps women sleep better so that they wake up feeling rested and ready to take on their day.
Sarah suffered from insomnia for years after her second child was born, until she discovered Cognitive Behavioural Therapy for Insomnia (or CBTi), which transformed her sleep at night.
Fast forward through a career change from attorney to Cognitive Behavioural Hypnotherapist, Sarah now helps peri- and post-menopausal women to get better quality sleep using natural and proven CBTi. You can learn more about Sarah on her website or follow her on Instagram @beyond_insomnia.
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