Manhattan Beach, Calif. (PRWEB) August 30, 2014
Insomnia causes disturbances in every aspect of life. Dr. Carol Francis helps listeners understand how they unknowingly developed insomnia and the steps often used to return back to sleeping and have restful nights during. Tune in to the show at this link: Dr. Carol Francis Talk Radio. The show airs live on August 30, and will be podcasted at this link (Click Here). For more information on programming, go to DrCarolFrancisTalkRadio.com.
"Insomnia causes countless unrecognized complications. Weight gain and insomnia are clearly linked. Night shift work and insomnia are commonly linked. Anger and irritability ruin relationships due to lowered frustration tolerance caused by sleeplessness. Concentration, memory and reasoning skills are grossly reduced in the sleepless brain, so work and studying suffer considerably. Driving and running large equipment is very dangerous when drugged by sleepless dreariness. But the curse of insomnia is that once it becomes a pattern, it cycles over and over and over again with the sleepless person feeling powerless, unable to capture the starved-for sleep," describes Dr. Carol Francis, Clinical Psychologist and Hypnotherapist in the Los Angeles area. Dr. Carol Francis helps listeners understand how they unknowingly developed insomnia and the steps often used to return back to sleeping and restful nights.
Dr. Carol Francis has practiced for 37 years as a Clinical Psychologist, Life Coach, Clinical Hypnotherapist, and Marriage, Family & Child Counselor. She assists individuals, couples and children who seek to optimize their current situation and overcome complications of daily living. These individuals seek deep relief and growth for depression, anxiety, stress, career moves, family discord, child and parenting issues, relationship dissatisfaction, habit control, and the psychology of financial success. Practicing and licensed in Southern California for over 37 years, Dr. Carol Francis can be reached at drcarolfrancis.com or 310-543-1824.
Dr. Carol Francis Talk Radio broadcasting since 2007 interviewing professionals, authors and life-changing individuals so that everyone can "Make Life Happen Now."