Biology of Trauma® Podcast
With Dr. Aimie Apigian

Episode28: Practical Tips For Better Sleep For Trauma Work

Show Notes

Sleeping is when you heal. In this episode, we are going to be diving into Practical Tips For Better Sleep For Trauma Work. Sleep is an essential part of healing when working on trauma; yet stored trauma in the body can make it very difficult to get sleep. You will hear me discuss the topic with Misty Williams at the Biology of Trauma Summit 2.0.


You’ll learn:

  • Practical tips for getting high quality and restorative sleep

  • Personalizing the journey

  • The place to start for your sleep journey

Key Takeaways:

  • [0:25] Dr. Aimie’s introduction

  • [1:31] Practical tips for getting high quality and restorative sleep

  • [8:27] Finding the leverage point

  • [11:24] Personalizing your sleep journey and creating the sanctuary of your life

  • [18:46] Tracking your sleep


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