My Evolved Life w/ Vu Nguyen

My Evolved Life | Episode #9 - Shawna Curry | Sleep is the Foundation of Health

January 23, 2020 Vu Nguyen / Shawna Curry Episode 9
My Evolved Life w/ Vu Nguyen
My Evolved Life | Episode #9 - Shawna Curry | Sleep is the Foundation of Health
Chapters
00:07:04
Shawna's 7 Pillars of Health
00:09:50
Why is sleep important?
00:11:57
Long term implications of not getting enough sleep
00:13:59
How much sleep do you need?
00:17:04
How do you manage your circadian clock working a shift job?
00:20:51
Quality vs. Quantity
00:25:52
What is happening while you're sleeping
00:28:38
Creating an environment that promotes good sleep
00:30:58
Screen time before bed is bad (myth or fact)?
00:33:17
"Tired but wired"
00:37:01
REM vs. Non-REM sleep
00:41:22
Can you "catch up" on sleep?
00:43:58
How do you know when you've had good quality sleep?
My Evolved Life w/ Vu Nguyen
My Evolved Life | Episode #9 - Shawna Curry | Sleep is the Foundation of Health
Jan 23, 2020 Episode 9
Vu Nguyen / Shawna Curry

On today's episode, I had Shawna Curry, Registered Nurse and Health Expert and we talked about the importance of sleep. We talked about how sleep is the foundation of sleep, how to create good sleep habits, and the importance of sleep routines.

7:04 - Shawna's 7 Pillars of Health
9:50 - Why is sleep important?
11:57 - Long term implications of not getting enough sleep
13:59 - How much sleep do you need?
17:04 - How do you manage your circadian clock working a shift job?
20:51 - Quality vs. Quantity
25:52 - What is happening while you're sleeping
28:38 - Creating an environment that promotes good sleep
30:58 - Screen time before bed is bad (myth or fact)?
33:17 - "Tired but wired"
37:01 - REM vs. Non-REM sleep
41:22 - Can you "catch up" on sleep?
43:58 - How do you know when you've had good quality sleep?

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Shawna has made her mark in the health and wellness space as an Amazon best selling author, International speaker, through podcast appearances, corporate wellness programs and personalized health coaching.

This variety of experience has built a community of clients who benefit from her intimate and inspiring health and wellness information. Her writing has been published in Forbes, Inc., Impact and Bloom Magazines. 

Her company, Health Redesigned, has been dedicated to total-health solutions and all of the aspects of healthy living including fitness, sleep, nutrition, self-help and overall lifestyle strategies. 

You can follow Shawna at www.healthredesigned.com

Show Notes Chapter Markers

On today's episode, I had Shawna Curry, Registered Nurse and Health Expert and we talked about the importance of sleep. We talked about how sleep is the foundation of sleep, how to create good sleep habits, and the importance of sleep routines.

7:04 - Shawna's 7 Pillars of Health
9:50 - Why is sleep important?
11:57 - Long term implications of not getting enough sleep
13:59 - How much sleep do you need?
17:04 - How do you manage your circadian clock working a shift job?
20:51 - Quality vs. Quantity
25:52 - What is happening while you're sleeping
28:38 - Creating an environment that promotes good sleep
30:58 - Screen time before bed is bad (myth or fact)?
33:17 - "Tired but wired"
37:01 - REM vs. Non-REM sleep
41:22 - Can you "catch up" on sleep?
43:58 - How do you know when you've had good quality sleep?

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Shawna has made her mark in the health and wellness space as an Amazon best selling author, International speaker, through podcast appearances, corporate wellness programs and personalized health coaching.

This variety of experience has built a community of clients who benefit from her intimate and inspiring health and wellness information. Her writing has been published in Forbes, Inc., Impact and Bloom Magazines. 

Her company, Health Redesigned, has been dedicated to total-health solutions and all of the aspects of healthy living including fitness, sleep, nutrition, self-help and overall lifestyle strategies. 

You can follow Shawna at www.healthredesigned.com

Shawna's 7 Pillars of Health
Why is sleep important?
Long term implications of not getting enough sleep
How much sleep do you need?
How do you manage your circadian clock working a shift job?
Quality vs. Quantity
What is happening while you're sleeping
Creating an environment that promotes good sleep
Screen time before bed is bad (myth or fact)?
"Tired but wired"
REM vs. Non-REM sleep
Can you "catch up" on sleep?
How do you know when you've had good quality sleep?