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Let The Light Shine

We’ve all been there, lying wide-eyed in the middle of the night counting sheep. But what if there was a simple, scientific reason for your insomnia?

We’ve all been there, lying wide-eyed in the middle of the night counting sheep. But what if there was a simple, scientific reason for your insomnia? Meditation expert Sarah Bernier Olin explains that while a dark room is best for sleeping at night, during the day your body needs a certain amount of natural light. 

If you are not getting enough light during the day you can use bright light therapy to re-sync your body’s natural rhythm. It also helps with seasonal affective disorder. While it is a safe form of treatment, it is best to contact your physician before starting bright light therapy.

 

Sarah Bernier Olin

This video features Sarah Bernier Olin. Sarah Bernier Olin is an International Coach Federation and Accomplishment Coaching-certified life and leadership coach. She is certified in Kundalini yoga, chair yoga, and prenatal yoga.

Duration: 1:30. Last Updated On: Nov. 8, 2017, 6:14 p.m.
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