Celebrity Lifestyle Expert Christine Fee Offers Easy, Practical Strategies to Sleep Like a Baby, Lower Stress, Gain Mental Clarity, and So Much More…
NEW YORK, March 10 /PRNewswire/ — Founder and CEO of Christine Fee Wellness, LLC (www.ChristineFeeWellness.com), Christine has announced her latest crusade — educating people about the benefits of a restful night’s sleep and teaching individuals how to achieve high-quality sleep through her revolutionary wellness line Good Night, Sleep Right(TM).
At least 70 million Americans have a constant problem with sleep. Millions more feel chronically anxious and zapped, wired and tired at the same time, or just flat-out fatigued and fat — suffering from their own personal energy crisis that challenges their overall health. Relying on caffeine, quick sugar fixes and sleep aids can only go so far.
For this reason, Christine is excited to debut her Good Night, Sleep Right(TM) wellness line in April of 2009, which features a DVD program with coordinating products, including aromatherapy oil. These items are designed to work together to help anyone get a good night’s sleep quickly, easily, and without chemical sleep aids.
What distinguishes her from countless other fitness gurus and lifestyle experts? She’s famous for helping people transform themselves from the inside out through better sleep habits.
“All the Pilates, dance, aerobics, weight training or whatever in the world won’t make a huge impact without quality sleep. It’s not just a lack of exercise and attention to diet that catches up to people. Sleep deprivation is what I find as the most common denominator in those who struggle with looking and feeling their best. You can’t get much of anything done without a good night’s rest.”
“The ultimate consequences of poor sleep habits go largely underestimated and far beyond just a ragged appearance — they trigger higher anxiety, moodiness, a dampened sex life, and an overall lower quality of life,” Christine says. “In fact, people report being happier with more sleep than with more income. That says a lot about how much sleep can boost our wellbeing, even in a down economy.”