Week 2: Resilient Sleep

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Sleep is the Lynchpin for Resilience 

 

Sleep is essential for a strong immune system and resilience in body, mind, & heart. Tune in for the live Resilience Talk for strategies to care for your sleep amidst the stressors of COVID-19. Use the additional classes below to help you get the Z's you need.

 

For the Kiddos

The last part of the resilience talk dives into support for kids and parents. 

Bedtimes. Have they gotten tougher lately? When kids are stressed they may not sleep well. Irregular sleep can lead to increased behavioral problems including irritability, emotional sensitivity, tantrums, poor concentration, and impaired stress management. Dr. Culbert will cover sleep facts and key strategies to help kids get the sleep they need. 

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Additional Resources

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Awake at 3 am?

Are you lying awake in the middle of the night? Does your mind get stuck on ruminating ideas & it won’t let go? Try to NAP. 

Download & Learn NAP
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Are Kiddo Bedtimes Rough Lately? 

Try the Shift, Snuggle, Snooze system to make bedtimes more pleasant. You can learn more about this system from Dr. Dawn Huebner.

Download Shift, Snuggle, Snooze

Next Live Class

Our next class will stream right here. If the class time has arrived and the live stream doesn't start, just refresh this page. You can also catch the class on our Facebook page so that you can comment and ask questions. 

Class Replays

 

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Have You Signed Up for the Resilience Retreat Emails?

Monday emails will help you start the week strong and give you a glimpse of what's coming up. Wednesday emails offer a motivation boost and a reminder to join in for the live talk. 

Question? Comment?

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Please Note: This program is not a substitute for medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. If you're in a crisis, call the NAMI helpline 800-950-6264 or text NAMI to 741741. Visit NAMI for more >>>

We Are Resilient.