GET THE 5 DAY SLEEP BETTER CHALLENGE FOR FREE

Learn How You Can Change 
Your Sleep Patterns Forever,

and leave insomnia and exhaustion behind!

Challenge Starts Monday October 25, 2021!

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Are you ready to start enjoying 

A Great Sleep Every Night

by simply following a few easy steps?

Don’t miss out on this FREE 5-Day Sleep Better Challenge where we’ll show you how you can easily:
  •  Fall asleep and wake up when you choose
  •  Get right back to sleep when you are awakened during the night
  •  Wake up feeling well rested, rejuvenated, and energized
For Moms who have children living with addictions, who may feel that enjoying a great night's sleep every night is not possible, we'll show you how to:
  • Sleep well in spite of the worry or chaos in your life
  • Temporarily put aside your stress and concern so you can recharge naturally during the night
  • Feel great about doing it
This Challenge is not meant to address insomnia or problematic sleep patterns arising from medical conditions. 
If you have any conditions that may be impacted by deep relaxation/hypnosis, please consult your physician before joining.

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Meet Your Host!

Certified Rapid Transformational Therapy  Practitioner

Janet Le Camp

Who am I and Why am I doing this?!

I am a mom who has a child living with an addiction. 
I've had my share of wakeful nights! 
I have felt exhausted and yet still been unable to sleep.
I have felt so tired that I couldn't think clearly, my muscles ached, and I had no energy.
I struggled.
And yet, I KNEW beyond any shadow of a doubt that,
as the mom of a child living with addictions 
if I was feeling fatigued, 
had low energy, 
was mentally dulled by exhaustion, 
I would not have the internal resources - the resilience, the patience, the strength - 
to SHOW UP and be who I NEEDED to be! Every day.
Right?
Sleep deprivation is not considered a form of torture for nothing! 
So I had to do something.
I have a Master's Degree in Community Health Science, 
a background in social services working in the field of addictions with adults and youth, 
and years of experience working in harm reduction and community services. 
But my formal education and my professional experience 
left me ill-equipped to deal with my reality. 
And I was really struggling until I accidently discovered (about 10 years ago)
in a real estate course of all things 
that I could actually change the way I look at things, 
change my focus, and change my life. 
And right then I began a journey of self discovery, 
awareness, healing, and transformation.
And along the way, I discovered how to take control of my sleep. 
I tried a LOT of things to address the challenges in my life - some worked, and some didn't!
I spent a LOT of time (not to mention money lol) reading, researching, 
trial and error, attending events, getting coached, 
talking with therapists, making mistakes, and learning, learning, learning!
Have you noticed that our mainstream, conventional medical community
doesn't seem to have the answers that we need? This was my experience, at least.
My family physician cared a lot, but it was not through him that I found what I needed. 
The therapists and psychiatrists I spent hours speaking with didn't make much of an impact on my life. 
My transformation came from going outside the BOX.
Over the past decade I have educated myself on the power the mind.
Most recently I became certified as a Practitioner of Rapid Transformational Therapy 
which enables me to help people transform
using not just their conscious minds, but the power of their unconscious minds too! 
I experienced it first myself, and because it was so transformative for me, 
I decided to learn more about it. 
It isn't magic, but it certainly feels magical!
And inner transformation is critical to sustainably overcome sleep challenges in the long term.
You may be wondering why I have chosen to do a sleep better challenge when 
there are so many other issues facing moms who have children with addictions.
In the beginning, and then as I was on my journey of transformation, 
insomnia and poor quality sleep - NON rejuvenating/NON energizing sleep - 
plagued me and debilitated me and impacted every aspect of my life.
Work/career, relationships, recreation...all negatively impacted by poor sleep patterns.
Truth - if we are going to rise above our challenges, we have to be well rested!
I have since learned that sleep doesn't have to be elusive 
even if my mind is going at warp speed.
Sleep can be restorative and energizing even if my waking hours 
are stressful and chaotic.
I discovered sleep strategies and techniques that utilize the conscious and unconscious minds, 
and used these to develop and implement a unique framework 
for restful, energizing, restorative sleep.
And I realized that other moms who are like me are surely feeling the effects 
of insomnia and poor quality sleep too.
And if those moms could overcome that, it would be life changing for them. 

This is what I'm going to share with you over our 
5 days together!

For a limited time

You Can Join the 5 Day Sleep Better Challenge

for Unstoppable Moms Absolutely FREE When You Join Today!

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the goal

Reclaim Your Birthright
the ability to sleep without effort, 
a Skill that You Were BORN With,
and enjoy restful, rejuvenating, energizing nights. 

But Janet...I get that you are in a place where you can sleep well now, 
but can I actually do it? It sounds too good to be true...

Absolutely.

In fact, when you were a baby, you could sleep anywhere - 
in a car, in a bed, in someone's arms, in daytime or nighttime, 
in noise or quiet...
Somewhere along the way, something changed, and you lost this ability. Over the 5 days of the challenge, we are going to 
reclaim the sleeping skill that you were born with.
Ok I hear you Janet...But I have a pretty full schedule already, how much time is this going to take, and what if I can't make it at the scheduled time?

Don't worry, we've got you covered!

We respect that everyone's lives are busy, 
and that's why we're making this as concise as possible for you.
You can expect to spend between 30 and 45 minutes each day in the challenge, and then between 30 and 45 minutes doing the activities on your own.

Plus, each day's sessions will be recorded.
Janet, you mentioned that we'll be working with both the conscious AND the unconscious minds - what does this actually mean?

That's something you don't hear every day, right?

Many of the beliefs that are driving our unconscious minds were formed when we were just little children - and even though these are outdated and no longer serving us, they are still driving us!
The fastest way to recode our minds, remove these outdated beliefs and install new empowering beliefs, is through hypnosis. So that's how we work with the unconscious mind.

Have you ever been hypnotized?

Hypnosis is simply a deep state of relaxation. You cannot be made to do, say, or believe anything you choose not to - YOU are always in control. You can enter and leave hypnosis whenever you choose as well. 
You actually enter a hypnotic state every day - have you ever driven your car somewhere and then when you arrived realized that you were on "autopilot" and don't recall the drive? 
Your mind had gone into a hypnotic state for the drive!

So, Are You Ready To Reclaim The Skill Of SLEEPING,

Stop Feeling Fatigued, Drained, and Foggy,

And Start Feeling Energized, Rejuvenated, and Well Rested?

If so, join me inside this FREE live interactive 5-Day “Sleep Better” Challenge 
Starting Monday, October 25th.

I can't wait for you to see what we’ve got planned for you inside the Challenge!

To your success,

What are experts saying about the impacts/effects of insomnia?

Dr. Sheila Tsai, sleep expert and assistant professor of medicine at National Jewish Health in Colorado says:

...Studies have looked at the effects of sleep duration on health. In those people who do not get enough sleep per night (generally less than six hours per night), there is an increased risk of cardiovascular disease and death versus people who do get enough sleep. In people suffering from insomnia, with problems falling asleep and/or staying asleep, an increased risk for major depression has been noted...

Dr. William Kohler, medical director of the Florida Sleep Institute says:

...If we don't get adequate sleep, our mood is going to be more depressed, we're not going to be as sharp cognitively, our thinking is not going to be as alert. And with lack of sleep, there are long-term potential consequences and changes in our health: Our immune system is not going to function as well if we do not get adequate sleep, and we're going to have a tendency to put on weight...

Dr. Madeleine Grigg-Damberger, associate medical director of the University of New Mexico Clinical Neurophysiology Laboratory and director of Pediatric Sleep Medicine Services at the University Hospital Sleep Disorders Center says:

Insufficient sleep, or short sleep, can contribute to weight gain. It can change the balance of your nervous system, favoring sympathetic activity, like fear and fright...sleep deprivation, just like starvation, wires up the nervous system toward adrenaline, survival mode. It's bad on your heart. Sleep deprivation changes the glucose metabolism so that because you're stressed, there's an adrenaline response. The adrenaline response affects cortisol metabolism -- so as a result, you change to an insulin resistant diabetic model.

"Insufficient sleep -- be it due to fragmented sleep from some underlying sleep disorder, or worry or stress, or frequent apneas arousing you from sleep -- contribute to hypertension, loss or dipping of blood pressure, insulin resistance, overweight and sudden death..

Deepak Chopra, MD, FACP, founder of The Chopra Foundation and co-founder of The Chopra Center for Wellbeing says:

...If you are perpetually sleep-deprived, you are more likely to have a weakened immune system and chronic inflammation, which is associated with many diseases, including Alzheimer’s, obesity, cardiovascular disease, diabetes, digestive disorders, and some kinds of cancer. A lack of sleep also contributes to accelerated aging, including premature aging of the skin...

“Sleep is the best meditation.” 

Dalai Lama

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