89. Sleep for the 40+ Working Mom with Dr. Funke Afolabi-Brown

Sleep is not just a luxury. It's a biological necessity that keeps us going and allows us to operate at our best. As professional women with careers, families, and hobbies, it's so easy to forget this and let sleep get pushed aside to create more waking hours- which is why I'm so happy to have had Dr. Funke Afolabi-Brown as a guest on the podcast to help us with our sleep health.

Dr. Funke Afolabi-Brown is a board-certified sleep physician and the founder of Restful Sleep
MD. She helps women and their children prioritize sleep, achieve optimal health, thrive, and live
to their fullest potential. As a busy physician and mom of two, she understands the impact of sleep deprivation on our mental, physical, and emotional health, and she has made it her mission to help others make sleep a priority.

In this episode, we of course talk about sleep, but also how other things like eating and menopause impact and are impacted by our sleep hygiene. And if after listening to this episode you're interested in learning more about Dr. Funke Afolabi-Brown's work, feel free to check out any of her sites, linked below.


Website: https://www.restfulsleepmd.com/
Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/restfulsleepmd/
Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/drfunkebrown/
Facebook: restfulsleepmd


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