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How to Help You Get the Most Out of Your Sleep and Feel Great While Doing It!

Are you struggling to get a good night's sleep?

Do you find yourself tossing and turning, unable to get comfortable? Or perhaps you wake up feeling exhausted, despite spending eight hours in bed. If so, you're not alone.

While there are many potential causes of insomnia, one of the most common is stress and anxiety. When you're anxious or stressed, your body produces cortisol, a hormone that makes it harder to fall asleep and stay asleep.

If you're looking for a way to improve your sleep and well-being while lowering stress and anxiety, sign up to learn more from Richard Miller. His proven process for resetting your nervous system can help you embrace more vibrant health and natural resilience. Plus, you'll receive a 12-minute iRest Practice for a Restful Nap with Dr. Miller.

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“I've been using the 12-Minute iRest Practice for a Restful Nap for a few weeks now, and it's been a game-changer for me. I'm a light sleeper, so naps have never come easy for me. But with this practice, I'm finally able to catch some quality Z's during the day.

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“I absolutely loved 12-Minute iRest Practice for a Restful Nap! It was developed by Dr. Richard Miller and it was a great way for me to get some much needed rest. The practice was easy to follow and it only took a few minutes. I would definitely recommend this to anyone who needs a little extra help getting some rest.”

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How Sleep, Stress, and Anxiety Affect Your Sleep

Sleep, stress, and anxiety can all negatively impact your sleep. But how exactly do they affect your sleep? And what can you do to mitigate the effects of these factors?

Sleep is vital for our physical and mental health. It allows our bodies to rest and repair themselves, and it gives our brains a chance to consolidate memories and process information. However, when we don't get enough sleep, our bodies and minds don't function as well. We may feel tired and run down, and we may have trouble concentrating and making decisions.

Stress is another common sleep disruptor. When we're stressed, our bodies release stress hormones like cortisol.

These hormones can make it difficult to fall asleep and stay asleep. Additionally, stress can lead to anxiety, which can further interfere with sleep.

Anxiety is a common condition that can be both a cause and a consequence of poor sleep. People with anxiety often have difficulty falling asleep and staying asleep. They may also experience racing thoughts, worry, and physical symptoms like sweating and heart palpitations. These symptoms can make it difficult to relax and fall asleep.

In this program, Dr. Richard Miller explores how sleep, stress, and anxiety can impact our health and how iRest Meditation can support deep and restful sleep.

Who is this for?

This practice is meant for those who would like to learn how to improve their sleep and lower their stress and anxiety levels. It will assist individuals who have insomnia or struggle to sleep. This is a straightforward, uncomplicated practice that can be completed in 12 minutes.

Are you the type of person who ...

  • Wants to sleep better
  • Want to feel energized every day and complete your tasks
  • Want relief from stress or anxiety
  • Want to feel rested
  • Want to feel active aftersleeping
  • Want to achieve bigger goals, but you're struggling with anxiety or stress and can't sleep well

Meet The Speaker

Richard Miller

Richard C. Miller is a clinical psychologist, author, yoga scholar, and advocate of yoga as therapy. He is the founding president of the Integrative Restoration Institute, co-founder of The International Association of Yoga Therapists, and founding editor of the professional Journal of IAYT. Dr. Miller has over 40 years of experience in developing and teaching evidence-based integrative approaches to mental health and well-being. In this talk, he'll share his insights on how to improve sleep and well-being while lowering stress and anxiety.

Steve Stein

Founder of new Wisdomfeed + Membership and BetterListen!, Steve Stein host of the StreetSmart Wisdom Podcast is a lifetime pioneer, publisher and curator of life-changing media. Always searching for holistic and practical solutions that bring new and valuable ideas to the forefront. These summit speakers consists of leading authors, communicators and visionaries bringing practical, science informed solutions to the issues facing us in our personal, family, business and societal settings.

Here's What You'll Learn

Most people understand that getting quality sleep is essential for general health and wellness. It decreases our stress, anxiety, and depression. Sign up for your free audio to help you on your way to better health in no time!


Helps you restore your physical and creative energies

In today's hectic world, it's more important than ever to take a few minutes for yourself each day. This doesn't mean you have to take a long vacation or spend hours at the spa. Sometimes, all it takes is a 12-minute of intentional, mindful practice.


How to naturally feel more at ease

It can be difficult to find ways to relax and wind down at the end of a long day. But if you're struggling to fall asleep at night, it's important to find ways to reduce stress and anxiety. One way to do this is to practice mindfulness and acceptance throughout your day.

Learn how to reduce stress and anxiety while improving sleep and wellbeing with Richard Miller, PhD.