Some people work and sleep well in an unhealthy location and others don’t. How do you know whether where you sleep causes you to not sleep well?

6825830_sYou might wake up most mornings feeling tired, unrested, or exhausted. You might wake up with headaches, or experience short cycles of sleep/wake periods during the night. This has a huge effect on your productivity, your mood, your emotional state. Wouldn’t you want to be well-rested and productive?

Did you know that cats and dogs have habits that can aid in determining whether you sleep in a healthy or unhealthy place? Dogs, when they have a choice, tend to sleep in healthy places whereas cats prefer an unhealthy one. Read how I not only helped Patrick sleep better but made his owner a happy person.

“The biggest change has been in my dog Patrick, a 5 year old Golden Retriever, who has been overweight and really making a mess of his bed for a long time, chewing the fabric and in general not being happy. After your visit I moved his bed to a different location as well; he no longer destroys his bed, but sleeps well every night, has lost a lot of weight and is in general a much happier and less stressed dog. I would not have believed it could happen!”
Helen L., Georgian Bay

Always call in a professional Dowser.  Make sure the Dowser is reputable and listed as a member on the Canadian Society of Dowsers website.

Once a Dowser determines that the location that you sleep in is unhealthy, the cause can often be eliminated by simple measures.

If you think a Dowser might be able to help, connect with me now!