Sleep Great for Life – Starting Today

Sleep Great for Life the ebook by Rich Nilsen
Available in all e-book formats

Have you gotten to the point where you feel that no one or nothing can help with your insomnia, and that friends and family who do not have sleep disorders simply can’t relate to your problem?

In a 2007 study approximately 64 million Americans regularly suffer from insomnia each year, and there is little doubt that this massive number has grown in the past four years. Fifty-eight percent of adults in the U.S. experience symptoms of insomnia a few nights a week or more. This is a serious problem and you are not alone. The painful fact is the prescription and over-the-counter sleep aids are not a good long term solution, and in too many cases, not even a good short term solution.

Fortunately there is a break-through new book that can get you on the path to eliminating insomnia permanently from your life.

In the new book “Sleep Great for Life” just published this week, you will learn:
Proper Sleep Hygiene – Laying the Foundation for a Great Night’s Sleep (Chapter 4). Here you will learn 15 different factors that can negatively affect your night’s rest and prevent you from getting the sleep your body needs.

The Step-by-Step Solution for Great Sleep for Life (Chapter 8). This is the heart and soul of the book, where you will learn how to take a serious problem and turn it into a positive aspect of your life. Sleep will no longer be a thorn in your side. Instead, sleep will offer the restorative hours that your mind and body needs each day.

This book is perfect for an individual who knows they have a sleep problem but doesn’t know where to turn.

Inadequate sleep is a poorly understood and often underestimated serious medical problem. This book discusses unhealthy sleep patterns and identifies ways to correct them by applying proper sleep hygiene. “Sleep Great for Life” will teach you how to lay the proper foundation and how to apply the four steps that are the key components for conquering insomnia.

Insomnia is one of the most serious health risks that a person can face in their lifetime. It is when insomnia becomes a regular part of life that one has to be very concerned about the subsequent health issues that can follow, and the negative impact it can have on the quality of life.

“There is plenty of compelling evidence that sleep is the most important predictor of how long you will live – perhaps more important than whether you smoke, exercise or have high blood pressure or cholesterol levels.” explained William Dement, Stanford University psychiatry professor.

Sleep debt works just like financial debt. Before you realize it, you have a serious problem. You build up sleep debt throughout the week. There are numerous medical studies that prove prolonged lack of sleep can lead to many serious problems including heart disease, high blood pressure, obesity, digestive problems, diabetes, sleep apnea, and even stroke.

There are various factors in one’s life that can lead to a sleep disorder. Most commonly, some form of stress has reached a breaking point. One’s ability to adapt to the stress has failed and now they are unable to rest peacefully at night. “Sleep Great for Life” dives into all of the many issues that can be at the root of the sleep disorder.

Please note that, although this book is jam packed with great information about sleep disorders, this is not a medical guide or study.

Don’t go another night without giving yourself the best chance at overcoming your sleep disorder. If you are sleep deprived, this book is for you. Order “Sleep Great for Life” today, the latest publication from All Star Press, Books that Change Lives. This ground-breaking work is now available in all e-book formats through Smashwords and the Kindle from Amazon.  PDF version also available for immediate download.

The 5 Stages of Sleep

by Jimmy Law

Did you know that when we sleep, we go through 5 different stages? The experience differs with each individual stage. Knowing these stages will help you maximize the energy you gain from your daily dose of sleep or naps.

In the first stage of sleep, we all have consciously experience it before. Try to recall the times when we fell asleep during long hours of lectures, or when your mind wanders off and you find yourself day-dreaming. It really feels good being in this stage, our mind and body are in the state of relaxation. This stage is merely the doorway to our sleep.

During the second stage of sleep, our mind is trying to shut itself down. At this point, the slightest disturbance in our environment would wake us. Once awaken from this stage of sleep, you’ll swear that you’ve been awake all this time, when in fact you’ve actually fallen asleep.

Once we’re in the third and fourth stages of sleep, we can officially declare that we are truly asleep. These stages are called deep sleep. During deep sleep, the activity of our mind and physical body are at the lowest point of the day. Our muscles and organs are nourished and replenished during this stage. The lack of these stages would cause us to feel tired once we’ve awaken from our sleep.

The fifth stage of sleep is called Rapid Eye Movement, or simply REM sleep. As the name suggests, our eyes move rapidly during this stage. The dreams we’ve experience during our sleep occurs at this stage.

Understanding these stages in our sleep helps us to gain more quality sleep.

Jimmy Law writes on a wide range of topics. Some of his favorite subjects include teething and vomiting and baby teething symptoms.

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7 Tips to a Better Night’s Sleep

By Deann Barrow

Many people have trouble getting a good night’s sleep, and are always looking for ways to solve this problem. With over 40 million Americans suffering from insomnia, the treatments and remedies are endless. However, not all insomnia therapies work for everybody. Below are 6 tips that may help you to get the sleep you need.

Set and maintain a consistent bedtime routine. By doing this, you will train your mind and body for sleep at the same time every night. Studies have shown that people who suffer from insomnia and regulate their waking and bedtimes, were able to conquer their inability to fall asleep. Making other changes such as, avoiding naps during the day and only using your bedroom to retire to, also helps.

Why keep your bedroom at a cool, comfortable temperature? Keeping your bedroom cool can trick your body into thinking it’s time for sleep. When you go to sleep, your body’s temperature drops. If the room’s thermostat has already been lowered, your body will be pushed toward wanting to sleep that much sooner. Sleep experts recommend this room temperature be between 65 and 72 degrees, depending on what’s comfortable for you.

Get help for Acid Reflex or GERD (gastro esophageal reflux disorder). GERD is stomach acid backing up into the esophagus, which causes heartburn and pain. Acid reflux normally comes from eating certain types of food, excessive eating and drinking. It disturbs sleep because lying down is when it’s the worst. For this condition, if its severe enough that your sleep is affected, you should see a physician to be tested and treated with the proper medication In fact, some doctors will screen for it when a patient comes to them with complaints of insomnia.

Going to bed hungry makes a sound sleep nearly impossible. You will be constantly aware of your hunger. Have a snack containing the amino acid tryptophan. Tryptophan can be found in foods such as, lean turkey, poultry, meat, cheese, yogurt, fish, and eggs. Foods rich in tryptophan induces drowsiness.

Consider having your pets sleep in an area separate from your bedroom. Having a pet in bed with you, may cause you to wake if your pet moves around a lot on the bed.

Caffeine should be avoided before bed. If you drink caffeinated coffee, cola, or tea, make sure it’s at least 4 to 6 hours prior to retiring for the evening. Chocolate is also included in this group. Caffeine is a stimulant and will keep you alert, and unable to sleep.

Do deep breathing activities before bed such as, meditation, yoga, tai chi or muscle relaxation. Take a warm bath, listen to soft nature or ocean sounds, or read relaxing good book.

For more information and suggestions on natural cures for insomnia, visit the link below.

Disclaimer:
The information presented here should not be interpreted as medical advice. If you or someone you know suffers from chronic insomnia, please seek professional medical advice.

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