Chronic diseases like autoimmunity, diabetes, Alzheimer’s, and heart disease are all on the rise. And it’s no wonder, people are sleeping over an hour less nightly compared to 1942. Anxiety, pain, shift work, night sweats, child-rearing, and racing thoughts can keep us from getting the important quality sleep our bodies need.

Alongside nutrition and exercise, Harvard Medical School considers sleep to be the third pillar of good health. Without good sleep, our bodies aren’t getting the digest-repair-restore time needed to heal.

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At 35, she began the fight for her quality of life, enduring many challenges on her road to healing, including unexplained, 45-lb weight gain, debilitating brain fog, fatigue, hypothyroidism and premature ovarian failure. 

She founded Healing to provide high-performing women with resources and community to successfully confront the unexpected chronic health issues that women often experience as they age.

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