- Medical Issues: Tongue Tie, Reflux, etc.
- Behavioral/Emotional/Temperament Issues
- Sensory Processing Issues
- Developmental Issues
- Hunger/Feeding Issues
- Nutrition Issues (anti-sleep foods, allergies, food intolerance, iron deficiency, vitamin d deficiency, etc.)
- Imbalanced Internal clock
- Lack of Consistent Schedule, Routine & Bedtime Ritual
- Travel Effects
- Environmental Issues (Light vs dark, temperature, exposure to toxins, EMF’s, fragrances, etc)
- Many Changes happening all at once
Thursday, September 17, 2020
Please keep in mind that before attempting to implement a sleep coaching program, key issues MUST be addressed first and/or may also require an immediate referral out. These include and are not limited to:
Does this mean we can't do ANYTHING before these are addressed? NO! Often times we can implement a lot of sleep foundations while the other issues are worked on.
If you think there may be some underlying issues that need to be worked on prior to working on sleep, it is crucial to reach out sooner rather than later. That "sleep problem" may be fixed by addressing the above and that need for sleep coaching all but disappears!
Call today for your FREE 20 minutes sleep consult to see what I can help with! Call or Text me at 206-922-2051.
Sunday, September 13, 2020
If you live in the Pacific Northwest, then you know it looks like a zombie apocalypse out there! The smoke is so thick, the sky looks orange. Please take this smoke seriously with your children, babies, and yourself (especially if you’re pregnant!). Air quality is VERY important for littles ones and pregnancies.
If you or your family are experiencing any of the following smoke inhalation symptoms, please contact your doctor or go to your nearest emergency room/urgent care center and make sure to follow the steps below to make your home more safe from the wild fire smoke:
Here’s what the Washington Emergency Management Division suggests for keeping your home’s air quality safe: https://tools.airfire.org/airtools/v1/pnw-smoke.html?lat=47.3&lng=-119.5&zoom=6&fbclid=IwAR0qxwFLpQjsQW-87QUAVhJ6sths-xtk3-BZDEvd-vnNO7GcuozYet53gac.
Here’s what the EPA says about keeping your home safe from smoke: