Given our busy lifestyles, sleep might feel like a luxury.  From a mental health perspective, it's absolutely essential to get a good night sleep if you want to keep your immune system strong and keep your body and brain healthy.

Vanessa Osorio is a sleep science coach at Sleepopolis, a sleep health destination. One of her main duties at Sleepopolis is creating sleep health content that informs consumers on sleep health and helps them make smart choices surrounding their sleep related purchases. 

Vanessa graduated from the University of Texas at Austin  in 2018 and studied communications and public relations.

Vanessa has valued the importance of sleep after getting certified in sleep science.

In this episode Vanessa covers:

  • The importance of sleep hygiene and its connection to mental health.

  • Why you should keep your office outside your bedroom.

  • The Importance of consistent bedtime.

  • The importance of avoiding blue light before bed on our melatonin production.

  • What to do when stress is keeping you up at night?

  • Should you invest in cooling sheets?

  • How important is sleep posture

  • Should you avoid difficult conversations before bed? Plus other useful sleep devices for a great nights sleep.

When you learn about all the amazing benefits of sleep, you’ll want to rush to bed every night!  Tune in to learn how to improve your sleep. 

 Learn more about Vanessa by following her on Twitter & Instagram .



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