The hills are alive when we get to sleep, aren’t they.
And yet for some, sleep seems to be out of reach. Let’s address this worldwide issue more efficiently, shall we.
I can’t believe you made it here, thank you for thinking of sleep in your context, probably for the first time ever. Sleep in your context can mean so many things, maybe only one adjustment or many, but I salute you for getting here. We live in interesting times, sleep-wise. We’ve never known more about sleep. And yet, if you try to find consolidated pieces of information about why your sleep might not go as well as hoped, well, crickets.
“Your Night’s Architecture” is a book in the making and part of a mission to navigate insomniacs through the medical system in a much more structured manner. It is my goal to assist you on an individual level, provide corporate assistance and speak out about public changes required. Awesome, I know, and so much work ahead.
If you saw me at Somnex, the Sleep Exhibition in London in October, addressing medical professional and individuals, my talks and consultancy really hit a nerve. There is NOTHING out there even resembling my approach. And we need it, like, now. If you have ever hoped to be diagnosed with a psychiatric disorder to put an end to years of misery with insomnia, you will get it. My doctors found it wasn’t the case. I spent another decade working my way out of chronic insomnia.
So, what seems to be the problem? Sometimes I can’t believe that a structured approach to insomnia hasn’t been sorted yet. Whenever I see Quora requests or talk to people, the main issue seems to be the same. Sleep seems to equal a big question mark, with no marked signs to lead the way out of insomnia, let alone the bigger picture re sleep and insomnia. Open google, enter “why can’t I sleep” and you’ll know what I mean.
As I’m writing this “about me” page, there is a lot going on in the background. A preview of the in-depth guide for insomniacs called “Your Night’s Architecture” is ready. It’s for free. Hit me with an email to get the 33-pager:
- medically recognised questionnaire
- a first view on why so many questions are being asked in the first place
- and so much more.
Whom to ask for help and why seems to be the biggest and unanswered question these days.
Come back soon to check out the preview here. A guide to analyse, prioritise and get the right help on board.
On a separate note, a major Cambridge company has just agreed to feature her on their internal wellbeing website and further features are on the way.
You can reach out as follows:
twitter: @BirgitBuenger || e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Get a slot in with me now:
As soon as you have booked, I will send you the questionnaire we will use to discuss sleep in your context, followed by a written summary to wrap up after our session. Let’s analyse sleep in your context on skype, zoom or facebook on the next Friday or Saturday available.
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