Camille Nisich

Sleep & Stress Coach | Speaker

I lost a brother and my mother at a very young age, with my mother's death being due to stress related illnesses. Fast forward a couple of decades and I realized one day that I had also lost far too many loved ones along the way, including many who attended my wedding not that long ago. And I discovered, that at the root of all of those losses is some form of stress.

After losing my brother and mother, I actually myself taught how to meditate, as well as use visualization, as a way to cope, heal and excel.

I learned that there is a place within where you can tap into limitless positivity and possibility. Where you can experience self-care at a profound level. And from that place, you can manage your moods and reactions to stress. 

Combining self-awareness with the proper techniques, you can build a toolkit of strategies that can instantly bring you back to a state of equilibrium, no matter what life throws at you. With practice, you can learn to manage the impact of stress on relationships, physical and emotional health, and ultimately your life and the lives of others.

When you work with me, I teach you how create what I call a 'less stress lifestyle' that is built upon six pillars:

1. Daily Mind Gym™ (a practice combining Meditation, Mindfulness, Visualization and Emotional Intelligence), 
2. Restorative Sleep, 
3. Movement and Mobility, 
4. Natural Wellness, 
5. Productivity and 
6. Entrepreneurship. 

Because those six pillars encompass the primary stressors most of my clients encounter.

I know your struggles because I've lived them. I know you want to start each morning refreshed and ready for anything, move through your day with laser focus on what is important in each moment and go to bed knowing you crushed it at work and connected deeply at home.

I can help you get there. so let's chat! Just book a conversation below. If you can't find a time that works, please contact me to discuss alternatives.

NOTE: Sessions are conducted via phone, Zoom or Skype .


https://www.camillenisich.com







Stress Is An Epidemic! It’s estimated that 75-90% of primary care visits in the US are for stress-related complaints or disorders. And that’s just for the people who actually make it into the office. What about the others who can’t afford to or are just too stubborn to go? Wouldn’t it be great if you could minimize the need to go to the doctor, save for those times when it's something really serious, and live a longer more full life?



Sleep is critical for health, wellness and longevity, but it's one of the first things adults, particularly parents, skimp on in order to manage the demands of life and work. 

Getting sleep is just a non-negotiable from that standpoint because without it, your focus, work and relationships will suffer. But not all sleep is created equally. If you're in bed, but not getting Restorative Sleep, you're still losing the battle. I can help you turn all that around...and get your kids to sleep better.
The short answer is "No." But to give you more detail, exercise is a stressor, because it taxes your normal state of being in some way. When used properly, after Restorative Sleep, and without pain (also a stressor), it can be a positive stressor.

Skimping on sleep, having poor mobility for the chosen activity or compromising joints makes it a negative stressor. So, yes, exercise can be part of a stress management toolkit, but it can't be the only thing and it must be appropriate for you as an individual.

Camille Nisich

Sleep & Stress Coach | Speaker

About Me

I lost a brother and my mother at a very young age, with my mother's death being due to stress related illnesses. Fast forward a couple of decades and I realized one day that I had also lost far too many loved ones along the way, including many who attended my wedding not that long ago. And I discovered, that at the root of all of those losses is some form of stress.

After losing my brother and mother, I actually myself taught how to meditate, as well as use visualization, as a way to cope, heal and excel.

I learned that there is a place within where you can tap into limitless positivity and possibility. Where you can experience self-care at a profound level. And from that place, you can manage your moods and reactions to stress. 

Combining self-awareness with the proper techniques, you can build a toolkit of strategies that can instantly bring you back to a state of equilibrium, no matter what life throws at you. With practice, you can learn to manage the impact of stress on relationships, physical and emotional health, and ultimately your life and the lives of others.

When you work with me, I teach you how create what I call a 'less stress lifestyle' that is built upon six pillars:

1. Daily Mind Gym™ (a practice combining Meditation, Mindfulness, Visualization and Emotional Intelligence), 
2. Restorative Sleep, 
3. Movement and Mobility, 
4. Natural Wellness, 
5. Productivity and 
6. Entrepreneurship. 

Because those six pillars encompass the primary stressors most of my clients encounter.

I know your struggles because I've lived them. I know you want to start each morning refreshed and ready for anything, move through your day with laser focus on what is important in each moment and go to bed knowing you crushed it at work and connected deeply at home.

I can help you get there. so let's chat! Just book a conversation below. If you can't find a time that works, please contact me to discuss alternatives.

NOTE: Sessions are conducted via phone, Zoom or Skype .


https://www.camillenisich.com







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Stress Is An Epidemic! It’s estimated that 75-90% of primary care visits in the US are for stress-related complaints or disorders. And that’s just for the people who actually make it into the office. What about the others who can’t afford to or are just too stubborn to go? Wouldn’t it be great if you could minimize the need to go to the doctor, save for those times when it's something really serious, and live a longer more full life?



Sleep is critical for health, wellness and longevity, but it's one of the first things adults, particularly parents, skimp on in order to manage the demands of life and work. 

Getting sleep is just a non-negotiable from that standpoint because without it, your focus, work and relationships will suffer. But not all sleep is created equally. If you're in bed, but not getting Restorative Sleep, you're still losing the battle. I can help you turn all that around...and get your kids to sleep better.
The short answer is "No." But to give you more detail, exercise is a stressor, because it taxes your normal state of being in some way. When used properly, after Restorative Sleep, and without pain (also a stressor), it can be a positive stressor.

Skimping on sleep, having poor mobility for the chosen activity or compromising joints makes it a negative stressor. So, yes, exercise can be part of a stress management toolkit, but it can't be the only thing and it must be appropriate for you as an individual.

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