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Have you ever been struggling to fall asleep at night and just can't seem to shut your mind off? For midlife women, a good night's sleep is paramount for health and wellbeing. In this episode of The Hormone Prescription Podcast, we have Devin Burke joining us to talk about techniques to Fall Asleep Fast, Stay Asleep, and Wake Up Refreshed! Devin Burke is an international and TEDx speaker, the bestselling author of The Sleep Advantage, the founder of Sleep Science Academy, and one of the top health and sleep coaches in the world. His books, keynotes, programs and videos have inspired thousands of people to improve their sleep, energy, and life. In this episode, you'll learn: How to Get the Most Out of Your Sleep Environment Simple Techniques for Relaxation and Better Sleep How to Wake Up Feeling Refreshed and Rejuvenated And More! Don't miss out on this episode, as it's sure to give you the tools and tips needed to get a good night sleep, every single time. Thanks for listening and sweet dreams. :) (00:00): You can't master what you don't measure. Devin Burke, we're talking all about sleep. Are you measuring it? Stay tuned. (00:09): So the big question is, how do women over 40 like us keep weight off, have great energy, balance our hormones and our moods, feel sexy and confident, and master midlife? If you're like most of us, you are not getting the answers you need and remain confused and pretty hopeless to ever feel like yourself again. As an O B gyn, I had to discover for myself the truth about what creates a rock solid metabolism, lasting weight loss, and supercharged energy after 40, in order to lose a hundred pounds and fix my fatigue, now I'm on a mission. This podcast is designed to share the natural tools you need for impactful results and to give you clarity on the answers to your midlife metabolism challenges. Join me for tangible, natural strategies to crush the hormone imbalances you are facing and help you get unstuck from the sidelines of life. My name is Dr. Kyrin Dunston. Welcome to the Hormone Prescription Podcast. (01:02): Hi everybody. Welcome back to the Hormone Prescription Podcast with Dr. Kyrin. Thank you so much for joining me today, we are talking about one of my favorite topics, what I call the nectar of life sleep. Are you getting enough? Everybody's worrying about do they have enough money? Do they have enough time? All you really need to worry about is, are you getting enough sleep? And then everything else will fall into place because it really is something you, you can't eat your way into good health without good sleep. You can't take a supplement exercise won't replace it. There's nothing that replaces sleep, but so many of us aren't getting enough. We have an epidemic of insomnia, particularly among women over 40. Why? Because of hormone imbalances. So my guest today, Devin Burke, is gonna come and shed some light on this topic. He's kind of a sleep maro, if you will, and he talks about you can't master what you don't measure. (02:02): So we're gonna talk about how that applies to sleep. He's gonna teach you about what a bed buffer is and the 3 21 sleep protocol and a whole bunch of other things. You're really gonna enjoy this. He is lovely to speak with and listen to. And really I want you to start with thinking about this thought that he offered. How well you sleep dictates your entire next day. How will you sleep is dictated by how you start your day. So it's how you start anything. It's how you finish and sleep is at the beginning and end of every day. It's the bookend and it will make your life wonderful and your health prosperous and nourishing, or it will make you miserable as some of you can attest to. I know I personally went through all kinds of sleep phases during my unwellness phase. I went through the insomnia phase. (03:01): Some nights I couldn't sleep at all, and then I went through the sleep 16 hours a day phase. So whatever phase you're in, we've got some answers for you. So I'll tell you a little bit about Devon and then we will get started. So, Devon is an international and TEDx speaker. He's the best selling author of the Sleep Advantage, the founder of Sleep Science Academy, and one of the top health and sleep coaches in the world. His book's, keynotes, programs and videos have inspired thousands of people to improve their sleep, energy and life. Welcome Devon. Thanks. (03:35): For having me. So, (03:36): So I am super excited to talk about one of my favorite topics sleep because I call it the nectar of life. And if you don't have good sleep, you're just not gonna be healthy or happy and you're not , you're not gonna really live your life to the fullest. So I think it's super important. I think we underestimate it. I think that most women over 40 are not getting enough sleep. I know some women tell me, I'll sleep when I die. I don't need to sleep now. And so it's this whole process of re-education. So let's start, you're, you're a sleep expert and let's start with the most important thing. Why is sleep so important? (04:15): Well, you started to really nail it. It affects every aspect of our life. There's not an aspect of our life that doesn't get negatively or positively affected from sleep. And so we could talk about your physical health, we could talk about your mental health, we could talk about your, you know, emotional health. Every single aspect of your life is affected by sleep. And so when people really get connected to that and they start to prioritize and protect it and, and start to optimize it, it becomes your experience. But it's, it's foundational for health. It's literally the foundation that extraordinary health is built on. And so we could go down any, any rabbit hole on any one of those things, but it's, yeah, it's, there's not an area that's not affected by sleep. Well, (05:01): Let's talk about those areas and let's, let's dive into why it's so foundational. I have found in 30 years of working with women that if they don't understand, if people don't understand the importance of what you're asking them to do, and if you're asking someone to take seven to nine hours of their day every day of their life to spend sleeping, which is in America, is considered nonproductive, they've gotta have a really good reason to do that. And if you don't give people a good reason, they're just not gonna do it. So I think it's important to, let's dive into what are all the systems that are affected? What's happening when you sleep? Why is this crucial? (05:41): Yeah, so first and foremost, when we don't sleep, you know, it's, it affects our, our longevity. So we get, we, let's start there. You know, there's so many studies now that show that sleep and longevity are connected. Meaning when we don't get enough sleep, we don't get in those deeper stages of sleep, the lymphatic system isn't activated. That's the lymph system in the brain and that's what clears out the beta amyloid, the, the towel, the plaque that builds up that creates Alzheimer's and dementia. So, you know, it's linked to when we're not getting the right amount of sleep. Heart disease, it's linked to diabetes, it's linked to obesity, it's linked literally to all of the big killers. Sleep is linked to. So when we're talking about if you wanna live a long, vibrant, healthy life, you need to sleep. Cuz it's literally, it is the, the very thing that when people sacrifice, that's when their health starts to fall apart. That's when you know, you start to go for the, the food that's full of sugar, the full, the food that's full of fat. People don't really understand how important sleep is until they're not getting enough of it. (06:49): Right. And that's true. And I know some people are gonna hear this, okay Devin, it's not clearing the beta amyloid or plaque in my brain. I could get dementia and they, they're thinking, I don't have dementia. My doctor says I'm fine. It could lead to heart disease. I don't have heart disease. My doctor says I'm fine, it could lead to diabetes. They're thinking, I don't have obesity, my doctor says I'm fine, could lead to diabetes. Right. So I, you know, I know women, we, I've worked with them for years and we really discount because we're thinking I got 24 hours in a day, seven days in a week, 365 days in a year and I've got to be a wife and a mom and a daughter and a sister and all the things at work at my job or profession. And so I do find even smokers, the data says that they discount the consequences cuz they think, I don't have emphysema, I don't have lung cancer. So I like that you hit on increased cravings of fat and sugar. I think you mentioned that will speak to some of you. So some of you having cravings for fatty comfort foods, sugar, latent carbohydrates, lack of sleep could be part of the problem, right, Devin? (07:58): A hundred percent. Yeah, a hundred percent. Girl in and leptin that, you know, those, the two, those two hormones that signal, you know, when we're hungry and when we're full they get totally outta whack. Insulin gets outta whack and you know, we get into the hormones there that kind of affect those cravings and the storage of fat around the midsection where most people don't want that fat and have, you know, I've seen people work out like crazy. I've seen them eat all of the, the, the right things and they still can't lose weight. And because, and then you ask them about their sleep and they're like, actually you know, I sleep 5, 4, 5 hours a night. And then when you kind of focus on optimizing that sleep, okay, let's see if we get you a little bit more deep rem sleep, let's see if we get you a little more delta to sleep, let's, let's get more hours in. And they start prioritizing and protecting sleep, all of a sudden the weight can start to come off because those hormones start to balance out. Cortisol goes, goes down, right? So for people that are looking to lose weight or to step, step into their best body, that sleep, sleep can help you do that. Yeah. (08:58): So now you've got some people's attention, (09:01): , (09:02): They're listening because these things, often the distance they're just discounting. But right now a lot of people listening are having exactly what you're talking about. They can't lose weight. Right? That's the plague of midlife and beyond for women. Women over 40 in particular. But all women struggle with this. So talking about growlin and leptin, we recently had a doctor on talking about those specifically as it relates to weight loss. So we won't go more into detail with that, but I hope you hear that Devin is saying that slave is related to you Growlin and if you didn't hear that episode, go back and listen to it. So I know one question that some people are probably having is, I think that I'm getting enough sleep, but how can I be sure? You mentioned getting enough REM sleep, there are different cycles of sleep. How can people know if they're getting enough, total enough of the different brainwave states, all the things about sleep, how can they know (09:58): You can't master what you don't measure. And so we do have now awesome devices that help us get an idea of how much sleep we're getting, what stages of sleep we're in. Devices like the Aura ring or even the Apple Watch or a whoop strap. And none of these devices are a hundred percent accurate, but they're getting more accurate as the tech and the algorithms and the data. They get more data from their users. But it's so important I think for people to, if you're looking to improve something, you gotta measure it. You know, you can't just guess keeping a sleep journal or sleep diary, that's not accurate. I mean it's, it also can create anxiety around sleep. But measuring it, if you wanna improve your something, you need to measure it, you need to track it. And we use, at Sleep Science Academy, we use the Aura ring just we found that it's, it's the most accurate sleep tracking device that's out right now. And that can show you, hey you, you decided not to have that extra glass of wine. And you notice that okay, I was able to get away with one glass of wine but when I go to two or three it really affects my sleep quality or eating too late at night. You could kind of start to draw these conclusions of these behavioral changes that you're making during the day and how that affects your sleep at night. So measuring it is, is definitely a key if you wanna improve it. Yeah, (11:14): I love that. I think it's called the Peterson principle where anything that's measured, even if you don't make any changes to it, will improve over time just by the fact of measuring it at periodic intervals. And that's even true for sleep. So just the act of measuring and tracking your sleep will help to improve it. So you like the aura ring, are there other devices, cuz I know the Aura ring is sometimes pricey for people, so are there other more economical options that you like? (11:49): Yeah, I mean the Apple watch surprisingly, you know, know a lot of people have the Apple watch, it's gotten a lot better. The tech and also their sleep algorithm has gotten a lot better. So, you know, but honestly to be honest, you could have any type of tracker and it's over time, you're never looking at one night or one week of sleep. You're looking at your sleep over several weeks or several months or even several years. So even if you just got one of these cheap track trackers online, no it's not gonna be as accurate as an aura ring or going to a sleep study or a sleep lab. Mm-Hmm . But just tracking it over time will help you draw some of those conclusions as far as, hey, what affects my sleep? How am I doing in this specific area? And so there's a ton of 'em out there. There's things that you can put on your bed where on your head there's mattresses that now track your sleep. So it's really depending on your, your, you know, how much you care and, and also how much you're looking to invest. There's, there's like so many devices out there now and there's more and more every month that come out because people are realizing how important sleep is and they're looking to, you know, really understand it and, and prove it. (12:57): Yes, I, I think it's super important to track things, but I like to caution people that the tracking in and of itself isn't the end goal. The end goal is to educate yourself about how your body responds to its relationship with its environment. Like you mentioned about the wine, the goal is to learn, oh I can have great sleep cycles with one glass of wine, but when I go to two I kind of wreck my REM or whatever happens and then take that information and implement it in your life. It's not to use the tracking device forever. I know some people get really wedded to, for instance, I like using continuous glucose monitors and people then end up want to use it forever. And I say no, it's just a tool to reeducate yourself because I think that we are innately born with an understanding of how much sleep we need when we're tired, when to go to bed, when to wake up. We naturally have these bio rhythms and understanding, but I think that it's very much socialized out of us also what to eat. We take on society's views of what to eat instead of listening from to that internal voice. So what are your thoughts on that? Do you find sleep tracking should be something that people should use forever and ever? Or is it just a tool for a period of time? (14:26): A hundred percent. It's a tool for a period of time. I love that you're talking about the bodies innate wisdom and you know, we're so disconnected from that because of technology, because we live, you know, 90% of our lives indoors because the artificial light, because of the stress. Technology's the big, is a huge stressor for so many people in this way. You know, using technology temporarily, like you said, to make better decisions. That's how it's supposed to be used. Getting obsessed with it or you know, thinking that you need to track it forever. That's just adding complexity to your life and that's not what we're talking about. It's really about getting that positive feedback or negative feedback based off of the decisions, the behavioral changes that you're making so that you can either stay motivated or just know like, hey, this is how this affects my sleep. (15:17): And, you know, make the decision on whether or not you wanna take part in that, whatever that is. So I'm a big believer in, you know, how do, how do we get reconnected to nature? How do we simplify our lives? How do we simplify our routines, use technology to improve our health and not detract from it. And that it's, it's challenge. I mean, because we live in a world that's moving super fast and you know, it's really, really hard for people to, to draw ba you know, boundaries and find balance within their life to really prioritize and protect their self care and their health. And there's so much to it. I mean it's, it's, there's a lot there. But I think keeping it simple and, and really staying connected to nature allows our bodies to do what they know how to do and our bodies know how to sleep. There's nothing you need to do in order to sleep. Really, really. (16:08): Yeah. If you're not a over 40 woman, and some women are listening now going, what is he talking about? I, I would give anything to get a good night's sleep. I know cuz I went through that. But I'll tell you how important sleep has gotten for me. So I'm, my tribe kind of knows that I'm over in Africa and Tanzania right now. They say Tanzania and I literally changed my whole schedule so that I did not have to be up at two in the morning. It's seven hour time difference to eastern standard time so that I can shut it down at 9:00 PM my local time and get, I allow myself nine hours to sleep and then my body wakes up when it wants to. So that's why I want everyone listening to hear because there are a lot of, I think teachers out there who don't necessarily set a good example and they're gonna tell you, I sleep five hours a night. Don't listen to those people. Listen to the people who are walking the walk and doing the thing. What would you say about that, Devin? (17:10): Yeah, I would say that you can get away with it for a little bit. You can get away with sacrificing your sleep. You can get away with hustling and grinding and, and really, you know, not doing the things that are supportive to your health for a little bit. And then you're, and then you crash and then your body's gonna start talking to you. Something is gonna, you know, you're either gonna get sick or you're just gonna be miserable. And so you can get away with it for a little bit or you can just say, you know what, this is important. This is important enough to actually draw the boundaries that I need to draw to create the space that I need to create to allow my body to do what it knows how to do. And that's what I would say is the smart thing to do. And especially as you, as we get older in age, it becomes even more important. So because oftentimes as we go through life, life gets more complicated. There's more stressors and you know, you need sleep, you need sleep, there's, you need sweet, you know, be able to have the energy to live your life and make those (18:11): Decisions. Yeah. And so women, ladies, you are gonna nod your head yes this number one, we gotta give you a good reason to do the thing. And you already heard him say, you're gonna die sooner if you don't sleep enough. Okay? So you get less time on this planet and you're gonna be craving foods that are not in your best interest. So women have to have a reason, but also number two, you have to show 'em how. So I have one client in my coaching program who we will call DaVita and she says, you know, I got team kids and they come home from practice and library and all this and I want to be, make sure that their needs are taken care of and they don't get to bed until 10 and 11 o'clock because of all their after school activities and their homework. And she says, tell me how I'm supposed to get in bed at nine o'clock. Cause I was explaining to her about how great the sleep is more restorative between 10 and 12. So we gotta show them how to make this work in their life. And so what strategies do you have to help people actually implement an earlier bedtime that's consistent in their life? (19:23): Yeah. And so like this specific person that came with this challenge, like that there are times in your life where sleep is, is probably gonna be sacrificed. Maybe that's, this is just what, what, what's going on for this particular person? Another op another time is you have kids like babies, right? The babies are waking up, they're crying, you're not sleeping, you know, you're breastfeeding throughout the night so the body's resilient and it'll bounce back. But also it's, I think it's so important to draw strong boundaries. So many people at least literally worked with hundreds of people that have really bad chronic sleep issues. They just are not good at drawing boundaries with and communicating those boundaries to other people. So if something's important, you're gonna, you're gonna draw a boundary and if you draw that boundary and you, and you hold it, whether it's like, hey, I'm going to start my bedtime routine at X amount of time and it becomes a habit. And then you start to, you know, you communicate that to the people that you care about and you can get everyone on the same team. And that's where I feel like a lot of people, just from like a psychological behavioral standpoint, they, they're just not aware that that's going on for them. And so I would say, you know, there definitely needs to be a time between the, you know, your day and your night. There needs to be a transition. Most people take their days and they just bring 'em right into their nights. (20:45): so true, right? (20:48): So we call this a bed buffer. So this is, and we teach this thing called 3, 2, 1 sleep. So three hours before bed, ideally no food crosses your, your lips, you know, you don't wanna go to bed on a full stomach cuz that's the first stage of sleep is the deepest stage the first quarter of the night. When you get into the deepest stages of sleep, you don't wanna interrupt that process two hours before you want to be asleep. No work. Cuz our brains, you know, need time to sort of simmer down to cool off. And if you're working up right up until the time that you, you know, you're, you're going to sleep, you just, you don't have that time and your body might feel exhausted, but your mind is just continuing to race, trying to pro, you know, solve problems and troubleshoot things and think about how you did at work or you know, the, whatever the conversation was that triggered you at lunch, you know, all these things. There needs to be a space and then one hour before, but that's when you would start some type of ritual, like reading a book, having a nice cup of camomile tea, stretching, making love to your partner, which is a great way to you know, relax the body. So 3, 2, 1, sleep. That starts with having a clear boundary. And I think again, sometimes people just don't realize that they don't have boundaries with the people that they care about. And it's like, well that's where it starts. (22:09): You know, you absolutely have hit the nail in the head universally. I find that the women that really struggle are the ones that don't have boundaries. So my question to this person was, are you doing, is this codependent behavior? And of, and she became a little defensive and she, no, no, my kids, I need to check on them. And I said, well, you're doing something for basically people who could take care of it themselves, right? Can they get themselves situated for bed and finish their homework and get themselves organized? Yes, yes, yes, yes. And you are taking on this attitude that you have to check on them. And so boundaries for women, oh my gosh, I can't say it enough. Women who have poor boundaries have the most health problems and it's really hard for them to take a look at that and to see where they're basically not loving themselves first and they're giving everything to everybody else and depleting the tank. And then they wanna know why is the tank not full And they want say, Kyrin, fill me up so I can continue giving to everyone else. And it's like, no honey, you have to stop what you're doing and love yourself and give to yourself. How do you help people through this boundary conundrum? Because it's, it's really a challenge for women. (23:31): I love that you, that you support people in that way. Well it gets at first just, you gotta get clear that there's, there needs to be a boundary and get honest. And I think a lot of times people just are not honest with themselves and they, they can't see it. So having a coach, having somebody that can, you know, a psychologist or a counselor that can help you see those, those areas that you can't see is so, so, so important. Because a lot of times we, you know, you can't see the picture when you're in the frame, right? So it's, you need to, yeah, you need somebody to support you to see, you know, to help you see what you're not seeing because we all, you know, we all are subjective most all the time. It's very hard to be objective. (24:13): It is. So I do think, yeah, you need support. You need, I always say knowledge, tools and support three prong. You need to understand what boundaries there are. There's a great book, call it Boundaries exactly that it has two authors, I can't think of them right this second. So getting the knowledge and getting support around it. And I think professional help is invaluable because if you've been living this way your whole life, it's, it can be challenging to change. But like that quote you shared with me before we started, Devin, every moment of the present contains the seeds of opportunity for change. Your life is an adventure. And so hearing this information, don't reject it, but reflect on it and take it in and, and start to think, Ooh, I wonder if there's any seed of truth in this for me. And in fact, if you're getting bristle, if you're bristling at what we're saying and thinking, well I have to check on my teenage kids before they go to bed at 10 o'clock at night, you might wanna look at it. Cause whatever really upsets you often has a grain of truth in it. So what else is important to know about falling asleep fast? Staying asleep and waking up refreshed (25:25): What you do. Like I always tell people, your entire day dictates how well you're, well, you're gonna sleep, how well you sleep dictates, you know, your entire next day. So starting the day off in a place of calm versus most people get up and we lose a lit of water through sweat and respiration every single night. And what do most people do? They start their day with caffeine in the form of usually a coffee, which you know, does the opposite it's making, so it's increasing the cortisol, right? It's diuretic. So you're, so number one, when you wake up, drink a huge glass of water, I drink like a liter of water. As soon as I wake up to hydrate, wait a little bit like an hour or two, then have your coffee. That way your, your, you know, your cortisol can start to come down a little bit and you're hydrating your body. (26:22): So literally like start your day like that will actually help you sleep, believe it or not, because now the whole rest of the day is gonna be a little bit less stressful because you're not dumping, you know, gasoline on that already lit fire where you're just running around frantic, dehydrated. So that's little easy thing that everybody could do starting literally today is wake up, drink water instead of coffee, wait to have the coffee and then if you have coffee, don't have it past 1:00 PM because it's in the halflife of caffeine. It, it's, you know, depending on how you metabolize caffeine is it's in your body for, you know, sometimes six to eight hours. So, or or even longer. That's a half life. So limit your caffeine would go, would make a huge difference. Alcohol is another, you know, most people are on their uppers and their downers, right? So alcohol too close to bedtime, destroy sleep. And most people use alcohol as, as you know, it's a relaxed to relax them. So something you could do, think of something that you'd be willing to try or something you'd be willing to do that would relax you, that wouldn't involve alcohol is caffeine and alcohol. Those are the, the sleep destroyers. (27:36): They are, thank you for saying it. So I'm so glad we're having this conversation. I have a friend who used to Dan go to salsa conventions for the, the weekend together and she would end her day every night. I, I hate to say it and I won't her name, by taking a sleeping medication and drinking several glasses of wine. That's how she went to sleep. And I, I don't preach to my friends. If they ask my opinion, I may share it. She didn't. That was what she thought she had to do to get a good night's sleep. There are millions of women out there like this. I know some of you are listening to me right now. So what is the data on alcohol show about how it affects quality of sleep? (28:20): It's disturbs the REM cycle. And so alcohol really is a poison. So it also creates, it heats up the body. So your body heats up in the middle of the night after having a couple glasses of wine. Your body's, you know, and the two things that control sleep are, you know, light and temperature. So you don't want your body heating up in the middle of the night. You know, that's not ideal for a high quality sleep. So you can get away with having high quality alcohol earlier on in the, in the night, as long as you're drinking enough water to kind of flush out the liver. But again, but it disrupts pre sleep. And that's when short term memories getting shut up to long term storage, that's when, you know, we're, we're dreaming, we're working out the emotional trauma, the end up emotional trauma that happened throughout the day. (29:10): So that's a really important stage of sleep that's like brain recovery stage. And so, yeah, so I mean everyone's a little bit different. Some people metabolize alcohol faster, slower just like caffeine. So you have to, that's, that's where tracking comes in to kind of really say, Hey, well I love my wine. Okay cool, let's see what type of wine and how much wine you can drink to and, and really get away with it, right? Mm-Hmm . But it's all, at the end of the day, it's all about balance. It's all about balance. If you're doing it every night, then you probably have an issue. If you're doing it, you know, once or twice a week, you know, you can get away with it. But yeah, so that's, that's kind of, is that helpful? (29:51): Yes, absolutely. I think knowledge is self knowledge, you know, to thone self be true. Well, you can only be true to yourself if you know and understand yourself better than you know and understand anybody. And so I always say I'm not the kind of coach or doctor who tells you do this cuz I, I say it's best. I'm the kind who's gonna say, oh okay, you use this continuous glucose monitor and see what it teaches you about how your body reacts to certain foods, how it reacts to stress and how your blood sugar and insulin are managed in your body. And learn how these different states feel. So equally, I'm not gonna say, oh don't drink alcohol cause I said, so I'm gonna say exactly what you said down. I'm gonna say use a sleep chapter, actually use a CGM also cuz that's gonna teach you a lot about how your body is, is handling its hormones in response to alcohol. (30:45): Cuz alcohol doesn't only affect your sleep, it affects your hormone balance, it affects your gut health, it affects so many things, but you have to learn this for yourself or it's not valuable information. Once you know it and you see it for yourself, then it becomes unforgettable and you'll remember it for the rest of your life. And that's what I'm about is long lasting change. I do wanna touch on hormones cause the podcast is the hormone prescription and I've talked a little bit in different episodes about sleep and hormones, but some people probably haven't heard it. So can you help everyone understand what sleep has to do with hormones and what hormones have to do with sleep? (31:33): Yeah, so essentially storing sleep that your body is releasing all of the important hormones, you know, the estrogen, the testosterone in different stages of sleep, different hormones get released. So if you're not getting those deep into those deeper stages of sleep, your body's not gonna be producing or releasing those hormones. And I, I'm sure, I mean, you're, you're the expert in hormones. I'm not, but you can tell if even after one night of poor sleep, if somebody, let's say somebody stayed up the entire night and we tested their hormones, it's gonna look different than the night before that they got seven to eight hours of sleep and even one night can throw off your entire hormonal system because it's during the night when those hormones, you know, your body is releasing those hormones. And it's really important that people understand that. They've done studies on insulin, they show that after one night of not sleeping the insulin level, it looks like you're pre-diabetic. Whereas, you know, the night before when somebody got the sleep that they needed, they weren't anywhere, anywhere near pre-diabetic. So it has that much of effect on our hormones. But you, I would say that you're more the expert on the hormones than I am . So was that helpful? (32:48): Yes, absolutely true. And I, I think that's very impactful what you just said. Just one night of no sleep affects your insulin to the point where you may look insulin resistant, pre-diabetic, diabetic. It's that important ladies, and equally important is how, excuse me, it impacts your cortisol. But so what's so important for everyone to understand is that hormones dictate how well you sleep and how well you sleep dictate hormonal balance. So it's this bidirectional interface, this conversation that your body is having, just like your body's having a conversation between what you eat impacts your hormones, your hormones impact what you eat, how you sleep impacts your hormones and vice versa. The stress you have in your life impacts your hormones and your hormones impact the stress that you have in your life. So there's no secret conversations, ladies going on in your life. There's nothing hidden. (33:47): You may think you're fooling your body, right? Oh, I'm just gonna drink some coffee and get it going in the morning. I'm gonna have some alcohol to wind it down at night. And you think that you're gaming the system, but the only thing you're doing is just really gonna run your hormones and your health into the ground. You're not gonna have great sleep, you're just sweeping it under the rug. So that's why I really thought it was super important to have Devin come on and talk to you about sleep. You've offered so much valuable information and I know you have an amazing gift for everybody. Now we're gonna have a link to in the show notes, it's the Guide to Falling Asleep Faster, staying Asleep, and Waking Up Refresh. It's 100% free. How many of you want that? Yes, me please. So I'll have a link in the show notes, anything else you'd like to say about it or any places that they can find and connect with you on the web? (34:43): Yeah, sleep science academy.com in Devin Burke, wellness on the social channels. But yeah, so it's just you can find me there. (34:51): Awesome. So find him on the social channels, download that guide if you're really struggling. And remember, every moment of the present contains the seeds of opportunity for change. Your life is the adventure. I love this other one you share with me. Live as if you were to die tomorrow, learn as if you were to live forever. What does that mean to you, (35:15): ? Well, I mean it means a lot because we often think that we're gonna live a long life and we're not guaranteed. You know, we're not guaranteed that. And life is all about learning and every day is an opportunity to learn and you know, so when you have that lens, you're constantly learning. And when you're constantly learning, you're constantly growing and that makes you feel alive. At least that's how it makes me feel. (35:38): Yeah. Well I think the listeners would agree that's why they tune in to learn as if they were gonna live forever because they plan on it and intend it. And so if you're here, I applaud you for showing up. Thank you so much for joining me today, Devin. (35:54): Oh my pleasure. Thanks for having me on (35:55): The show. And thanks to all the listeners. Hopefully you have learned something that you're gonna put into action today. Sure. We try to be a little bit entertaining, mostly educational and inspirational, giving you the tools that you can use to transform your hormones, your health and your life. But that means you've gotta take action. So maybe you're gonna download Devon's free guide. Maybe you're gonna check out that boundary book cuz you're like, oh, Kyrin, you saw me, I got a boundary problem. Or maybe you're gonna start tracking your sleep so you can learn what there is to learn about what your body wants to share with you that you haven't been hearing. Whatever it is, I welcome hearing about it on my social media, on Instagram, on Facebook at Kyrin Dunston md and until next week, peace, love, and (36:47): Hormones y'all. Thank you so much for listening. I know that incredible vitality occurs for women over 40 when we learn to speak hormone and balance these vital regulators to create the health and the life that we deserve. If you're enjoying this podcast, I'd love it if you give me a review and subscribe. It really does help this podcast out so much. You can visit the hormone prescription.com where we have some free gifts for you, and you can sign up to have a hormone evaluation with me on the podcast to gain clarity into your personal situation. Until next time, remember, take small steps each day to balance your hormones and watch the wonderful changes in your health that begin to unfold for you. Talk to you soon. ► Get the Guide to Falling Asleep faster, Staying Asleep, and Waking Up Refreshed, 100% FREE. CLICK HERE. ► Feeling tired? Can't seem to lose weight, no matter how hard you try? It might be time to check your hormones. Most people don't even know that their hormones could be the culprit behind their problems. But at Her Hormone Club, we specialize in hormone testing and treatment. We can help you figure out what's going on with your hormones and get you back on track. We offer advanced hormone testing and treatment from Board Certified Practitioners, so you can feel confident that you're getting the best possible care. Plus, our convenient online consultation process makes it easy to get started. Try Her Hormone Club for 30 days and see how it can help you feel better than before. CLICK HERE to sign up.
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Santa is burned out and ready to quit. He questions whether even he can believe in Santa. Can Mrs. Claus save the day? Fiction short story with text and audio. The post Time to Believe in Santa first appeared on 500 Ironic Stories.
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Ross Levitan, Brandon Piller and @SpokedZ provide immediate reaction following the Ottawa Senators 5-1 loss to the San Jose Sharks. Follow the show on TWITTER, INSTAGRAM, subscribe on YOUTUBE and please check out the SensCentral Merch Store! Support us by supporting our sponsors! Shawarma Palace: Ottawa's Favourite Shawarma Since 97 • Six Ottawa locations • Authentic and delicious flavours • The only palace for Shawarma. FARM2FORK: Taste the Farm2Fork difference! You will never go back to grocery store meats. Go to farm2forkdelivery.ca - and use this limited time promo code ZUB15 for 15% off! Built Bar: Built Bar is a protein bar that tastes like a candy bar. Go to builtbar.com and use promo code “LOCKED15,” and you'll get 15% off your next order. BetOnline: Today's Episode is brought to you by BetOnline. BetOnline has you covered this season with more props, odds and lines than ever before. BetOnline – Where The Game Starts! SimpliSafe: With Fast Protect™️ Technology, exclusively from SimpliSafe, 24/7 monitoring agents capture evidence to accurately verify a threat for faster police response. There's No Safe Like SimpliSafe. Visit SimpliSafe.com/LockedOnNHL to learn more. Athletic Greens: To make it easy, Athletic Greens is going to give you a FREE 1 year supply of immune-supporting Vitamin D AND 5 FREE travel packs with your first purchase. All you have to do is visit athleticgreens.com/NHLNETWORK #OttawaSenators #Sens #NHLHockey Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
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Paul in Romans 13:11-14 gives us seven reasons on why believers remain asleep when there is work to be done. We need to know these dangers and make sure we lay the proper foundation in our lives to build a life that is alive and doing the will of our Father and not our own.
The instructions, to put them simply, are as follows: 1: Watch Tartarus. 2: Don't let anyone in. 3: Don't let anyone out. Boom. 00:00 Intro 00:45 Part 1 28:13 Part 2 57:04 Part 3 01:21:00 Part 4 01:53:05 Closing In this audiobook-length horror story brought to you by Darkly_Gathers and Don't Fall Asleep, a group of teens go to the Tartarus Mall after hours for a night of fun and exploration. What they don't know is that the mall is home to a dark secret. This horror audiobook features all of the parts from the original story, including the terrifying finale. If you're a fan of horror audiobooks, this is the story for you! Instructions for the successful defense of the Tartarus Mall by Reddit user: Darkly_Gathers More From Darkly_Gathers: https://www.reddit.com/user/Darkly_Gathers/ --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/blood-bound-books2/support
When a teenager takes charge at a family-owned water park, she becomes the teen boss of her grandparents. How will she handle their underperformance? Fiction short story with text and audio. The post Teen Boss of Raspberry Hill first appeared on 500 Ironic Stories.
Imagine lying on the deck of a boat as it floats through an endless, calm ocean. This soundscape is designed to take you there, so that you can find calm, relaxation, or sleep. Want access to an ad-free, 8-hour version of this episode? Try Deep Sleep Sounds Premium free for 7 days: https://sleepsounds.supercast.com/. Create a mix of your favorite sounds by downloading the Deep Sleep Sounds App at: https://deepsleepsounds.onelink.me/U0RY/app.
Are the magic gummies from the airport really the cause of such a drastic transformation? Can they turn an introvert into an extrovert overnight? Fiction short story with text and audio. The post Five Magic Gummies first appeared on 500 Ironic Stories.
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Sober October 2022 has come to an end and what a ride it was! After a very unique roll call we all review our progress, reflect on what we learned and establish what new habits we are all carrying forward. In addition, we also discuss how not having a heat source for the winter, the definition of a workout, grading the success of the Mediterranean diet, we have a quick infomercial for Everyday Boost (best in town), discuss self grading/assessment, what are pranks...these are pranks?, the benefits of regular visits to the Gym, setting a baseline for peloton challenge FCT/FTP/CRT (I think?), Everyone on the team made positive progress which is what it's all about and we are looking forward to doing it again next year!. We hope you enjoyed our Hashtag Journey, the crew and al our conversations as much as we did! Thank you for listening and be well! #soberoctober, #mediterraneandiet, #houseprojects, #DIY, #peanutbutter, #weed, #booze, #donttextanddrive, #saddletramps, #endsjustifythemeans, #addiction, #quietwalks, #hungover, #progressionnotperfection, #steve, #liveinstudio, #pressurecookersteve, #airpods, #Peloton, #rossrayburn, #coldpressedjuice, #pranks, #badpranks, #caramel, #bananabread, #heineken0.0, #athleticbrewing, #cherrypicker, #chimneyfire, #babymask, #goodsleep, #waynedyer, #threemagicwords, #manifest, #IknowthatIampurespirit
On this special Halloween edition, we will wander into the dark and terrifying forest of nightmares and night terrors. In this episode, we will:Explore the origin of the term nightmareDifferentiate nightmares from bad dreams and learn what constitutes the diagnosis of nightmare disorderList other REM-related parasomnias besides nightmare disorder (like isolated sleep paralysis (Episode 16), REM Behavior Disorder, and catathreniaCharacterize the prevalence of nightmares and nightmare disorder as well as its risk factorsLook in depth at treatments in particular Image Rehearsal Therapy and the newer Targeted Memory Reactivation techniqueName medications sometimes employed in nightmare disorder therapyDefine night terrors and other non-REM-related parasomnias like sleep talking (somniloquy), sleepwalking (somnambulism), sleep-related eating disorder (SRED), and various sexsomniasCharacterize the prevalence of night terrors as well as their risk factorsReview treatments and best practices for these disordersMore Twitter: @drchriswinter IG: @ drchriwinter The Sleep Solution and The Rested Child...
Woohoo we're back from our mini hiatus and we're here to talk about sleep. There's nothing more frustrating than laying in bed trying to fall asleep and slowly watching the clock getting closer and closer to morning. Joined today by Meredith she teaches us how to fall asleep quickly, how to train our brain to quiet, and how we can improve the quality of our sleep without relying on sleep aids. Timeline: 3:35 How One Woman Conquered Insomnia And Helped Others Do The Same 5:47 The Importance Of Sleep For Student Athletes 13:40 How To Get A Good Night's Sleep, According To An Expert 15:29 Dancer Uses Meditation And Tapping To Fall Asleep 16:46 How To Lower Your Cortisol Before Bed To Get A Good Night's Sleep 17:51 How To Fall Asleep Fast And Get Deeper Sleep 20:21 How To Use Journaling To Reduce Sleep Anxiety 26:18 How To Get A Good Night's Sleep, According To Sleep Expert Meredith Loudon Take Meredith's free master class: Fallasleepeasily.com Follow along on instagram: https://www.instagram.com/liveyourpb/ Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Our lives have a way of throwing lots of things at us to keep us busy, to keep us distracted. But it doesn't have to be that way! Take just a few moments to let go of those distractions and sit with your breath and your body. Experience the magic and focus that follows!In this episode, I guide you through about ten minutes of meditation. At that time, I give you the option to come out of the meditation and go about your day OR continue with independent meditation for another ten minutes. This gives you the flexibility to fit this relaxing practice into a short break OR to go deeper when you have the time.More content is always available on www.purpledoorhealing.com!Connect with me on FB at facebook.com/butiwithkelliQuestions? Comments? Email me at firstname.lastname@example.orgWant to continue the journey? Check out my curated bookshelf for awakening, simplifying, and creating harmony in your life: https://bookshop.com/shop/purpledoorhealingSupport the show
Fall Asleep in 5 Minutes to Gradually Increasing Rain & Thunder Sounds For Sleeping | Rainy Night Uh oh, this storm is going to be BIG! You've got about 3-and-a-half minutes to get all your picnic gear and candles into the treehouse cabin before everything gets soaked. There are no windows so some of the rain mist is probably going to get inside and make it a chilly night. Get snuggled up with a warm blanket and enjoy this beautiful heavy rain & thunder storm :) **There is just something about this slow buildup of soft rain into heavy rain, and then into a full downpour with booming thunder that helps me doze off to sleep fast -- usually right around the 5 minute mark. _____ Please subscribe for *DAILY* videos: https://bit.ly/31YtQPc Link to video: https://youtu.be/swc3JMPHAbM ========= BEST 4 EARBUDS FOR LISTENING EXPERIENCE: ➤ Most affordable but still high-quality sound, noise-canceling Bluetooth earbuds - https://bit.ly/3AQohjH ➤ Premium 180Hr Playtime Bluetooth earbuds w/ overall best sound & quality construction - https://bit.ly/3KJIFqW ➤ Affordable in-ear style Bluetooth earbuds w/ great sound - https://bit.ly/3BbAalk ➤ Affordable over-ear style exercise Bluetooth earbuds w/ great sound - https://bit.ly/3CWrwc2 _________________ SOOTHING SOUNDzzz ON SOCAL MEDIA: TikTok https://www.tiktok.com/@soothingsounds000?lang=en Instagram https://www.instagram.com/soothingsoundzzz/ Facebook https://www.facebook.com/Soothing-Soundzzz-271614694688828/ Spotify (Podcast) https://open.spotify.com/show/6vHMEcA5DQdriv4SBNePwe ______________________ ABOUT: This channel is dedicated to making soothing audio, nature sounds, and relaxing ambiance to help people sleep better, fight insomnia, reduce stress, relieve anxiety, focus, study, read, ASMR, meditate, and more. #fallasleepin5minutes #rainynight #rainandthundersoundsforsleeping #fallasleepinminutes #rainstormandthunder #rainstormsounds #rainandthunder #rainandthunderstormsounds #rainandthundersounds #sleepmeditation #cozyambience #fallasleepfast #relaxingambience #relaxingsounds #soothingsoundzzz #fallasleepinstantly
When his young daughter decides she wants to ride electric stuffed animals at the mall, a father must decide whether to ride along. Fiction short story with text and audio. The post Ride the Rainbow Unicorn first appeared on 500 Ironic Stories.
Sadhguru gives a simple and effective tip – eating 24 morsels of food and chewing each morsel 24 times – to stay alert throughout the day, create the right condition in the body to become meditative and to keep the doctor away for life.Conscious Planet: https://www.consciousplanet.orgSadhguru App (Download): https://onelink.to/sadhguru__appOfficial Sadhguru Website: https://isha.sadhguru.orgSadhguru Exclusive: https://isha.sadhguru.org/in/en/sadhguru-exclusiveYogi, mystic and visionary, Sadhguru is a spiritual master with a difference. An arresting blend of profundity and pragmatism, his life and work serves as a reminder that yoga is a contemporary science, vitally relevant to our times
Would you like to fall asleep faster, sleep more deeply, and more easily? Would you like to reduce stress and manage anxiety? These GUIDED SLEEP MEDITATIONS and meditation music serve as supportive therapy and can help with sleep and help reduce stress and anxiety. The guided sleep meditations and sleep music are suited to adults, parents, children, students, and babies looking for help and guidance to achieve a night of deep sound sleep, peace and relaxation. Drink Magicmind the drink which makes me sing. Get your discount link here URL: https://www.magicmind.co/SLEEPMEDITATION Promo: SLEEPMEDITATION My BEYOND ANXIETY ONLINE COURSE. Learn at your own pace. Over 23 hours of content. - meditations- audios- videos- 80pg workbook JOIN NOW. https://lauren-ostrowski-fenton-s-school.teachable.com/p/beyond-anxiety QUALIFICATIONS HONORS ARTS Degree in ANTHROPOLOGY at MONASH UNIVERSITY CLAYTON AUSTRALIA MASTERS IN COUNSELLING AT MONASH UNIVERSITY CLAYTON AUSTRALIA. EXPERIENCE I have been teaching meditation for over 30 years. I am a qualified Personal trainer with Certificates 3 and 4 in Fitness and Certificate 4 in workplace training and assessment. I have lectured in the fitness, mental health and wellbeing industry for over 25 years. I am a specialist ‘intensive A' mental health worker working in mental health and disability and have worked in mental health forensics. Your mental health matters. The information provided by Lauren Ostrowski Fenton is solely intended for support, informational and comfort purposes and is not a substitute for professional advice, diagnosis, or treatment regarding medical or mental health conditions. Although Lauren Ostrowski Fenton is a qualified therapist, the views expressed on this site or any related content or associated sites should not be deemed medical or psychiatric advice. Always consult your physician before making any decisions related to your physical or mental health. Please SUBSCRIBE LINK & SHARE this video and others with those you think might require a sound sleep and relaxation. Thank you. Lauren Ostrowski Fenton #fallasleepfast #guidedmeditation #sleepmeditation #meditationforsleep #deepsleep READ MY ARTICLES ON MEDIUM https://medium.com/@laurenostrowskifenton/how-to-achieve-your-dreams-in-impossible-circumstances-46852f696539 https://WelpMagazine.com/?p=17285 Top sleep podcast review and article SLEEP MEDITATION WITH LAUREN PODCAST https://open.spotify.com/show/4YfDM1kGnepG5NG4poCwK0?si=gbJ1XTh0T5mgFQSSP8xomg LAURENS BOOK ON HAPPINESS AND SLEEP Daily Rituals For Happiness at this link: https://www.amazon.com/Daily-Rituals-Happiness-happy-single-ebook/dp/B01GA4KXWY?ie=UTF8&ref_=pe_2427780_160035660 More positive sleep Playlists & guided sleep Videos: GUIDED MEDITATION SLEEP with Lauren Ostrowski Fenton https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL9A0SxREo7APPe0eID_9e2f9mlj8qUEon FALL ASLEEP SO FAST GUIDED SLEEP MEDITATION https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL9A0SxREo7APt5_fPWrPkXNbQwk-VuvAh SLEEP HYPNOSIS GUIDED MEDITATION https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL9A0SxREo7ANoiJFmTUHayD4uPqq2a4gm THE BEST SLEEP MEDITATIONS https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL9A0SxREo7AOo1iDueqeUWhHbKMw79xVM INSTAGRAM https://www.instagram.com/laurenostrowskifenton PLEASE SUPPORT ME AT PATREON https://www.patreon.com/laurenostrowskifenton Please donate http://paypal.me/Laurenostrowski Original vocals, script by Lauren Ostrowski Fenton All right reserved © 2022
Are you looking for a way to relax and fall asleep fast? Do you want to find a zen state of mind? If so, then you need to listen to the Sleep Calming and Relaxing ASMR Thunder Rain Podcast for Studying, Meditation and Focus.This podcast has more than 500 episodes, each one featuring relaxing rain and thunder ambiance. It's the perfect way to wind down after a long day, and it can help you find zen and focus while you work or study.Plus, our ad-free content is available on Patreon and Apple Podcast, so you can enjoy it without any interruptions.So if you're looking for a way to relax and fall asleep fast, be sure to check out the Sleep Calming and Relaxing ASMR Thunder Rain Podcast for Studying, Meditation and Focus.=======DISCLAIMER:This episode is ad-supported and you can support us financially by subscribing as little as $5 a month on our Patreon page or on Apple Podcast Subscriber-Only Audio. This subscription plan comes with an ad-free weekly podcast, plus a few more extras like exclusive Podcast promos and early access to certain episodes that are not published everywhere till the following week. Check our Patreon here: https://www.patreon.com/join/hustlestudios/checkout?rid=4127472or in Apple Podcasts app, just click here: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/channel/hustle-studios/id6443291424Thank you so much!
Two inventors battle to see who will win the battle between indestructible pumpkin and irresistible annihilation. Halloween brings out creative mischief for all ages and the smashing of cold pumpkins. Fiction short story with text and audio. The post Smashing Cold Pumpkins first appeared on 500 Ironic Stories.
Welcome to a new episode of ASMR Sleep Recordings. In this episode, you will hear calming nature sounds. Improve your health and happiness.The sound you hear in this episode creates a calm atmosphere and at the same time blocks out disturbing noises. This will help you de-stress, unwind, and rest. Enjoy two hours of relaxing sounds to help you relax, focus, study and fall asleep.About ASMR Sleep Recordings:The purpose of ASMR Sleep Recording is to help you sleep and concentrate better. This particular episode lasts two hours and has no ads in the middle, so you won't be woken up or disturbed while focusing or relaxing. When you listen to ASMR Sleep Recordings, you can lock your phone, so you won't get any bothersome stimuli from notifications and other sounds from your phone. You can switch between apps while studying or working without pausing the ambient sound.About our sounds:Water creates a natural white noise. Infused with the relaxing quality of nature and the sound-masking properties of white noise, listening to running water is an ideal way to turn off all the stressful things life brings, and to de-stress. Some of our most popular sounds include a river, flowing creek, babbling brook, gentle waves on a lake, and a bamboo fountain. Rain also creates a natural white noise. Infused with the relaxing quality of nature and the sound-masking properties of white noise, listening to rain is an ideal way to switch off all the stressful things life brings and to de-stress. Some of our most popular sounds are rain on an umbrella, hailstorms, hard rain, soft rain, gentle rain, wind and rain, rain on a car.White noise helps babies and children to get a better and deeper night's sleep. This is because external sounds are masked by the noise. With white noise in the background, your child will not hear annoying cars driving by or dogs barking in bed. This allows your little one to sleep better. And it also saves you as a parent a lot of hours!Pink noise is more common in nature than you might expect. It can be compared to continuous rainfall or wind. In addition to white noise, pink noise is also increasing in popularity, especially in business environments. Because it can increase productivity, concentration and creativity.Brown noise can be compared to waves of the sea, a river current, strong winds or the sound of thunder during a storm. Like pink noise, brown noise is very similar to white noise. However, the frequencies have been lowered even further and a lot more concentrated. This gives it a rougher/coarse tone than pink noise. It sounds a bit deeper and a bit bass-like. The benefits of brown noise are the same as the other types of noise. It provides relaxation, increased focus and improved deep sleep.DISCLAIMER: Be aware that loud noises can damage your hearing. If you can't carry on a conversation without raising your voice while playing one of our spheres, the sound may be too loud for your ears. Do not place the speakers directly next to a baby's ears. If you have trouble hearing or ringing in your ears, stop listening to the white noise immediately and see an audiologist or your doctor. The sounds provided by ASMR Sleep Recordings are for entertainment purposes only and are not a treatment for sleep disorders or tinnitus. Consult your doctor if you regularly have severe sleeping problems, experience fitful/restless sleep or feel tired during the day.ASMR Sleep Recordings is the white noise and nature sounds podcast to help you sleep, study or soothe a baby. ASMR Sleep Recordings has uploaded more than 400+ episodes in the 4 years that the podcast has been online. You can listen to all episodes of the podcast on your favorite podcast platform. People use white noise for sleep, focus, sound masking or relaxation. This podcast has the sound for you, whether you're using white noise to study, to soothe a baby with cramps, to fall asleep, or to just enjoy a quiet moment. You don't need to buy a white noise machine if you can listen to these sounds for free.
As someone who uses guided meditations to fall asleep quite a bit just like you, I know how important it is to feel soothed by and connected to the voice guiding you. So I want to share with you another lovely podcast that you can add to your library called Calm History. It's created by my friend Harris, whose low, soft voice lulls you to sleep as he tells you stories from history. You'll travel back in time to the global history of rubber, Joan of Arc, Henry Ford, The Titanic, Marco Polo, and much more. Each episode is narrated in a calm voice to help you to relax or fall asleep. So make sure to subscribe to the Calm History Podcast right now by searching for Calm History wherever you get your podcasts or go to silkpodcasts.com. And now, here's one of my favorite episodes highlighting the Titanic. Join Premium! Ready for an ad-free meditation experience? Join Premium now and get every episode from ALL of our podcasts completely ad-free now! Just a few clicks makes it easy for you to listen on your favorite podcast player. Become a PREMIUM member today by going to --> https://WomensMeditationNetwork.com/premium
Do you have problems falling asleep? Here are some tips and tricks to help you into dreamland.Music "Wilson Theme", "Bad Timing", "Cop Show", "Cows for Miles" and "The Wilson Suite" by Josh Wilson. "Spawn from the Power Line" (Game Time Theme) by Andrew Wilson - Find him at electricsheap.bandcamp.com/music or search "AJCW" on iTunes, Spotify, and other music sources. Super Familiar with The Wilsons Find us on Facebook at www.facebook.com/wilsonspodcast on instagram at instagram.com/superfamiliarwitthewilsonson twitter at https://twitter.com/familiarwilsonsand on YoutubeContact us! email@example.com
Follow our ad-free Rain Playlist here: https://open.spotify.com/playlist/1MMT1HDdPHNtxUWhcgjSEl?si=16f05b6327c74056--- Listen to our ad-free podcast "ASMR Sessions": Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/673bLsHJCXPV8bG2aXnqz1Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/asmr-sessions/id1570426570Google podcasts: https://podcasts.google.com/feed/aHR0cHM6Ly9hbmNob3IuZm0vcy81NGNmYzZkOC9wb2RjYXN0L3Jzcw==--- Welcome to a new episode of ASMR Rain Recordings. In this episode, you will hear peaceful rain sounds. What type of sound do you want to hear on our podcast next time? Leave a comment in the review ☔
Find tranquility among the calming nature sounds of a swampy marsh under the light of the moon. Perfect to help you fall asleep or relax. Want access to an ad-free, 8-hour version of this episode? Try Deep Sleep Sounds Premium free for 7 days: https://sleepsounds.supercast.com/. Create a mix of your favorite sounds by downloading the Deep Sleep Sounds App at: https://deepsleepsounds.onelink.me/U0RY/app.
Hello guys! :) I think wooden sounds are so rich and earthy which makes them nice and easy on your ears. I hope this assortment of items helps your relax, enjoy! Wooden Balls 02:15 Wooden Board 04:07 & 34:00 Wooden Dowel 06:38 & 21:00 Wooden Brush 09:55 & 29:38 Wooden Dolphin 13:15 & 23:49 Cedar Spheres 14:51 & 25:16 Wooden Coaster 16:38 & 33:15 Wooden Blocks 17:45 & 36:10 Wooden Spoons 19:30 & 37:59 Wooden Bowl 27:04 Wooden Medallion 28:24 #ASMR #GentleWhispering #relax 5/13/19 --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/maria-gentlewhispering/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/maria-gentlewhispering/support