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Module Four - Sleep And Nutrition

Sleep Lecture


We all know that a good sleep equals productiveness and better brain function but are we all getting the right amount of acquired sleep? Probably not.

So we are going to delve into what we can do to help ourselves get zzzzzz's for a more less snappy you and a more calm productive you in the mornings.

A good night's sleep is just as important as exercise and a healthy diet. If you are not getting enough sleep, this will affect your day to day mind, actions, diet and brain function.

It can also increase weight gain and decrease your exercise.

Your partner will thank you for it. So lets dive in, watch the video below and use the worksheet to go along with the videos in this module.

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Self Care Worksheet


Self care is the buzz word right now but it certainly needs to be.

You've heard of self care or self love before but have you really taken the time to stop and really acknowledge it? Self care is so important for your mental health and it really helps you to cope with things that come up in your life and relationships.

It incorporates so much but mostly it includes Wellbeing, Nutrition, Mindset, Meditation, Reading, Senses, and so much more. Just take 5 minutes out of your day to do something for you. Your body, mind and soul will thank you for it.

Use this self care worksheet to gain some clarity on where you are right now with your self care.

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Nutrition Lecture and PDF Worksheet

Nutrition can be a minefield, so it’s a good idea to start with the basics.

We need nutrition to keep healthy and stay alive. This means that our bodies do not produce any nutrition, so we need to source this from food and water.

Nutrients are vital for disease prevention, growth and good health. These are then broken down into two categories: Macronutrients and Micronutrients. Macronutrients come in the form of actual large quantities of food and help to provide your body with energy. These are protein, carbohydrates and fat. Micronutrients come in the form of vitamins and minerals which are only needed in small amounts.

Use this video and worksheet to gain some clarity on where you are with your nutrition and lets use this time to really think about where you want to be with your nutrition and life, especially within your relationship.

A fed body is a better body. It copes with everything coming up rather than an undernourished body which will be snappy all the time.

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