Insomnia and Sleep Deprivation
Do you have insomnia and suffer from sleep deprivation? Having trouble sleeping at night? Sometimes it feels like a real challenge just to fall asleep. Other times it’s hard to stay asleep. Our lives are so busy and filled with things that we just have to get done each day, with kids, and work and after school activities, that often there is not time to properly relax before bed. We often fall into bed exhausted and then chide ourselves when we can’t actually get to sleep. Waking up in the morning after an evening of sleep deprivation feels like torture.
The good news is that there is something that you can do about this, and I would love to help you. Sleep deprivation has far ranging effects on your body other than irritability and the dire need for coffee in the morning. It affects your cognitive ability, can create memory lapses or loss, impaired judgement when driving and making decisions, suppress growth and repair of your body and accelerate the ageing process. I have created a webinar outlining how and why adults should create a sleep routine to reduce the amount of time it takes to fall asleep and stay asleep. If you would like a pdf copy of the webinar, please use the form below. Please also use the form if you would like to purchase any of the products mentioned in the webinar.
For those people who suffer from chronic sleep deprivation, and as a result feel anxious every night before you go to bed, because you know what is going to happen, and you know the night will be long, then I recommend you address the anxiety first. You must re-write the neural network that you created which associated sleep with battles and anxiety. Once you have unlocked this and created a new association (this takes time), then you will be able to approach bedtime without fear.
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