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Learn How to Improve Your Sleep

brittney stefanic founder of sleeperteachers to take over milimili instagram on monday june 1st
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We are tired, pretty much every day. 
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Even when our kids are sleeping well, it feels like we are incapable of sleeping through the night.
We hear every little noise (was that a cry? Is the baby awake?!), we get up to pee constantly, we no longer know HOW to sleep in. 
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And the problem isn't uncommon for adults - in fact, if anything, it's treated like a badge of honor. As a society we treat lack of sleep as a marker of a good parent or dedicated entrepreneur. Lack of sleep shows your dedication, and love, for your children or your business. 
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That is nuts. 
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Research has shown that both children and adults with good sleep habits tend to be healthier, more focused, have better memory and cognitive functions, and are overall happier with life. 
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Lack of sleep shouldn't be revered - it should be considered a problem we need to fix. And Brittney Stefanic, founder of SleeperTeachers agrees. Hence why she started her company - to teach both children and adults how to get a better night's sleep, and in turn live happier and healthier lives.
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Feel like you could improve upon your sleep?
Or need to help your little learn how to take a great nap or sleep through the night?
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Join us on Monday on our Instagram Stories as Brittney takes over our account to answer all your sleep related questions. 
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This is going to be a good one, so don't miss it! 

 

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