Ever notice how some people can sleep just about anywhere, any time? While for others, sleep is as elusive as that plastic bag blowing in the wind. Just when you reach out to grab it, a huge gust of wind comes out of nowhere and blows it right out of reach, escaping your grasp. Well, we all have trouble sleeping from time to time. But if you’re one of 40 million Americans who suffer from chronic long-term sleep disorders, the quest for shut-eye can be darn right aggravating. Hey, we all need it, but few of us get enough of it. So, here’s to better sleep.
Oops! All that talk about sleep caused me to nod off. So anyway, where was I? Oh yeah. Here's more about sleep. Take the sleep quiz and find out the big deal on sleep loss and how it impacts your health. Now keep counting those sheep...99...100...101...
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|Lori holds a Masters of Science in Clinical Nutrition and provides one-on-one consults to clients, engages in many public speaking events, and writes articles and presentations on anything nutrition, health, and stress management related. She is also a registered yoga teacher, and is currently studying to teach yoga to those affected by trauma and addictions. Positivity, laughter, being mindful and maintaining gratitude color everything Lori does. On a personal note, Lori is an avid reader, cook, gardener, and loves to be outside as well as all things exercise related.
||Katie received her Masters of Science in Kinesiology & Health from Miami University in Ohio (Go Redhawks!). She has worked with everyone from first time exercisers to endurance athletes to help them achieve their goals and live healthier lifestyles. Katie’s passion lies in the impact physical activity has on the body and mind, as well as its influence on other healthy behaviors. When Katie is not providing one-on-one consults, you will most likely find her outside hiking mountains, running on trails, or curled up under a tree with a good book.