All too often I receive messages from women struggling to achieve adequate sleep that sound like this:
Why am I so tired lately?
I can’t seem to fall or stay asleep no matter what changes I make.
My sleep habits are the worst and it’s starting to affect my loved ones and my work.
I am under so much stress that quality sleep feels impossible.
I’ve tried everything and brain fog always wins.
I feel so hopeless about ever sleeping well again.
I’ve made peace with feeling less-than-my-best because of insomnia. White-knuckling it is my only option.
I can’t prioritize sleep because I have too much going on. Sleep isn’t that high on my priority list.
Here’s the thing: By the time women realize their sleep patterns could use an overhaul, they are exhausted, worn out, irritable, and deeply discouraged. They are living in survival mode and can’t find the mental clarity or the will to identiy the obstacles keeping them from achieving true, regenerative rest.
This is where I come in!
Why Better Sleep Means Better Health
Practically every part of the body experiences positive changes during sleep. By getting the quality rest you need, you allow your body to facilitate a number of restorative healing processes like:
- Regulating your hormones
- Supporting bone and muscle development
- Improving your body’s ability to manage stress
- Bolstering your immune system
- Boost brain function
- Maintaining a healthy weight
- Reducing inflammation
- Wound healing
- Lowering your risk for serious health problems like diabetes and heart disease
- And so much more!
How I overcome a decades-long sleeping pill addiction and reclaimed my sleep (and my health)
Magic pills? Or the stuff of nightmares?
I was desperate to get a good night’s sleep after an unexpected crisis rocked my world in my mid-thirties. As a Pharma rep, I didn’t have the luxury of “sleeping in” after staring at the clock all night. That’s when I got my hands on a popular, physician-prescribed sleeping pill—because when you work in the Pharma field, it’s not hard to score a pill for any ill.
I didn’t know that sleeping pills inhibit your ability to experience restorative sleep. Taking the pills may help you become unconscious, but sedation is not the same as sleep.
I would wake up groggy, oftentimes to an empty box of cookies I didn’t remember eating, and trudge through the morning until last night’s pill would wear off. It’s a miracle I never got behind the wheel in these fugue states.
My mission is to lead you to the land of better, bountiful sleep and provide personalized coaching that addresses the root of your sleep issues. This includes:
- Unlimited messaging and support
- Customized action plans based on your unique lifestyle and sleep needs
- Steep discounts on well-vetted products that promote restful sleep
How Personalized Sleep Coaching Can Revolutionize Your Rest
What clients are saying
"I was interested in sleep coaching with Morgan after many years of trying everything—I mean EVERYTHING—to get my sleep in check. While my sleep is not perfect, I can say that it is not something that consumes my days anymore. With all of the different tips and tricks, I have learned how to cope with a bad night of sleep. It no longer sends me into a downward spiral of despair as it once did. Thanks to Morgan I have a very solid arsenal of coping mechanisms and restructuring techniques for both optimizing my sleep and letting go of the worry after not sleeping well."
- Peri, age 28
"Morgan provided me the latest research, helped me reframe my challenges to get me unstuck, and encouraged me to make informed decisions. She wasn’t pushy or demanding: Morgan was a great coach."
- Kesa, age 48