Everything You Need to Know about Sleep … and How to Get it

Everything You Need to Know about Sleep … and How to Get it


Calling all insomniacs! Check out these 7 stories for creative ideas and testimonials on how to improve your sleep.

You ask any expert and they’ll agree—sleep is a cornerstone of good health. Insufficient and poor quality sleep is linked to a host of diseases including:

  • Depression
  • Obesity
  • Alzheimer’s Disease
  • Neurotoxin buildup
  • Heart Disease
  • Cancer
  • Hypertension
  • High Blood Pressure
  • Stroke
  • Diabetes
  • and more …

Below are 7 articles on how to beat any sleep problems to get the best sleep of your life.

Craniosacral Therapy for Better Sleep Craniosacral therapy is an incredible form of bodywork that will transport your consciousness to other realms. Now research suggests how it helps to get some of the most peaceful rest.

Sleep: What you Need to Know Here is your Sleep 101 course. Why do we dream? Why does sleep heal? Learn the mechanics of sleep and what gets in the way of it.

Natural Medicine: Sleep Trouble, Hormone Replacement Therapy, and Kicking the Sugar Habit Why do we have a harder time sleeping as we age? Find out how Hormone Replacement Therapy is working for some.

Release Your Stress for a Good Night’s Sleep You would think that the exhaustion of stress would knock you out at night, leading to rock solid sleep. Not true. Stress is actually the anti-sleep “drug” that can lead to insomnia, trouble getting to sleep, over-thinking and disturbed sleep. Here’s how to let it all go so the sleep can flow.

Hypnosis Improves Deep Sleep Many people are using hypnosis for sleep problems and inducing a deeper, better sleep. A short hypnosis CD may be key to open the door to improved sleep.

An Insomniac Learns To Let Go “Sleep is, by definition, a letting go of self, but we are fiercely self-defined.” Learn what not to do and how to let go.

Curing Insomnia Without Drugs Check out these fascinating ways to improve your sleep cycle. “The main reason we can’t sleep is simply that we believe we can’t sleep. Insomnia is a self-fulfilling prophecy.”

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