Spectrum Of Health Podcast Episode #183

Unlocking Better Sleep: Expert Tips and Strategies for Improved Sleep Quality and Health| Tara Youngblood  with Dr. Christine Schaffner

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In this episode, Dr. Christine Schaffner and Tara Youngblood explore the three pillars of sleep, a framework for improving sleep quality.

Tara shares her experience with insomnia and how it inspired her to create the award-winning ChiliPad and Sleep Metech Technologies. 

Dr. Christine and Tara also discuss the importance of mindset, spirituality, and hormones concerning sleep quality, and much more! This episode provides valuable insights for improving our sleep quality.

Listen in to learn more : 

  • (0:00:02) – The Three pillars of sleep and how to improve your sleep quality. 
  • (0:06:24) – How Sleep Rituals and Temperature affect our sleep 
  • (0:17:11) – Using Sleep Trackers for Empowerment 
  • (0:20:37) – Tips for calming your brain for better sleep quality

I hope that you find this episode helpful! If you do, could you share it with 2 friends?!

Dr. Christine 


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For more information on the Chilisleep System – please visit https://sleep.me/sleep-systems 

Want to work with Tara? https://www.tarayoungblood.com/work-with-me 

About Tara Youngblood

Tara Youngblood is the founder and CSO and Co-Founder of Sleepme Inc./Chilisleep, a company that creates award-winning technologies and apps that are changing the way the world sleeps. Their Chili Cool Mesh signature product has been used by Presidents, celebrities, and CEOs.

A leading sleep authority, Tara has given a TEDx talk on the recipe for effective sleep. In addition, she has spoken for National Sleep Foundation, Charlotte Science Museum, Wellness conferences, and Health Optimization Summit.

Tara is the sleep coach for the Cincinnati Reds and has consulted with the military and veteran groups. She has been interviewed for her expertise by such popular media outlets as MSN, Fox News, The Dr. Oz show, and many more. 

Tara’s exploration of sleep started when she lost a child and began her ten-year healing journey. Already a trained scientist with a BS in Science and Physics, Tara studied traditional Chinese medicine, Ayurvedic practices, neuroscience, and psychology. Among other things, she concluded that the link between sleep and mental health was essential. These insights form the basis of her work consulting with companies, keynote presentations, and Technical Innovations. Tara founded and headed the Benjamin Youngblood foundation in honor of her son. The non-profit donates to various charities, such as the YMCA in her Mooresville, North Carolina community.

When she is not helping the world sleep better, Tara is busy raising four boys, one dog, and three cats. She kayaks on Lake Norman whenever she can and gets a full night’s sleep.