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The 7 Types of Rest: Why Types of Rest Are You Missing?

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Dr Karen Kan

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Have you ever felt so exhausted that you wanted to just lay on the ground and do nothing? Have you been to the doctor for your fatigue and had a bunch of lab tests done that all came back normal? Do you wake up groggy and tired even after 8 hours of sleep?

Dr. Saundra Dalton-Smith is an internal medicine doctor who was at the top of her game: seeing patients in the ER and ICU, writing books, doing television interviews, and speaking engagements. From the outside looking in, she was the picture of success: she had the happy kids, the happy spouse, the big house, a successful career, etc. But the truth was, she was exhausted beyond belief.

Being a doctor, she knew how to research her symptoms. She ran batteries of medical tests. All came back normal.  She tried to sleep more.  It didn’t work. She was perplexed. What could be wrong?

That’s when she discovered that there are seven different types of rest. She calls it Sacred Rest.  If you have been feeling tired and don’t know why you might be missing one or more of these types of sacred rest.  On Monday’s radio show, I’ll be airing a lively pre-recorded interview with author and teacher, Dr. Saundra Dalton-Smith about Sacred Rest.

What you’ll discover during this interview:

  1. Why sleep and rest are not the same things
  2. There real reason why you are still fatigued and drained after a good night’s sleep
  3. Which of the seven types of rest you need most
  4. Simple ways to get more rest in the midst of your busy schedule

Check out Dr. Saundra’s awesome quiz to find out which type of Sacred Rest you need the most to be at your best: www.restquiz.com

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