Insomnia Tip #1 – Is Tracking Helpful with Dr Liz
Hi Dr. Liz here. I know I haven’t made a video in a while since it is 2020, but I thought I would do a series for you about sleep and insomnia. I am an insomnia expert and I have special certification in hypnosis for insomnia. And then I combine that with cognitive behavioral therapy, CBT. So the two of those are like a magic for sleep. I just want to say that. I also run the Sleep Better Feel Better program, which is an online group that I run from time to time. And you can see that over my website, it’ll pop up at the end of the video. So let’s get to the tip. One of the best tips that I could give you is stop tracking your sleep. Stop it! Seriously. Don’t let your phone track your sleep. Don’t let a wristwatch track your sleep don’t order anything special to track your sleep.
In fact, if you can even stop looking at the clock, when you wake up, assuming your alarm hasn’t gone off, right? Like, okay, my alarm hasn’t gone off. I don’t know what time it is, but I don’t need to know what time it is. That is the best thing for you. The research on insomnia and tracking is if you track it, it gets worse. Not better. So stop tracking your sleep. All right, you can see more details about how to work with me. I work all over the world or when I’m running my online groups, Sleep Better Feel Better over at my website, Dr. Liz hypnosis.com have a wonderful day.
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