Poor sleep affects our energy, productivity, emotions, motivation, how we learn, and the way we show up in our businesses and with the people that we care about.
But did you know you can take steps during the day to help you make the most of the energy you have — and actually rest better at night?
By learning how to optimize your energy levels and get better sleep, you increase your ability to concentrate, better regulate your emotions, and reduce your chances of burnout!
My guest for this episode is Paige Purvis, an integrative nutrition health coach and founder of Radiant Self. Paige helps her clients improve their sleep quality, achieve hormonal balance, and increase their energy. “I believe sleep is your superpower,” Paige says. “It’s so impactful to all areas of your life and also most of what you’re doing in the day is impactful to your sleep.”
While sleeping for just six hours is often seen as something entrepreneurs should be proud of, getting a full night’s sleep isn’t lazy — it helps you perform at your best and give your business the concentration and productivity it deserves.
How much more effective would you be if you were well-rested and ready to take on any challenge? Listen to this episode and find out!
In this episode, you’ll discover:
About Paige Purvis
Paige Purvis is an integrative nutrition health coach and founder of Radiant Self, where she sets clients on the path to sustainable weight loss, sleep quality improvement, hormonal balance, and increased energy.
01:22 Meet Paige Purvis
03:45 Impacts on business & life
05:35 How much sleep?
06:43 Morning & evening routines
09:17 Blue light
11:20 Eating habits
13:31 Fall back asleep
14:25 Tracking & supplements
17:43 L-theanine & tapping
21:42 #1 tip for better sleep hygiene
24:08 Peter Crone
26:03 Lightning Round
Why We Sleep by Matthew Walker
Sleep & anxiety study
Blue light blockers
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