Insomnia? Sleeplessness? Tips for Getting a Good Night’s Sleep

Insomnia lowers your overall quality of life.

Useful & Practical Tips for Getting a Good Night’s Sleep

Does any of the following describes your sleeping predicament:

Insomnia & Sleeplessness: Are you still counting sheep to help you fall asleep?
Are you still counting sheep to help you fall asleep?
  • You count sheep till the cows come home and yet achieve not a single wink much less forty.
  • You take more than ten minutes to fall asleep once you get in bed.
  • Staying asleep for eight straight hours is a challenge.
  • You fall asleep relatively easily but wakes up in the middle of the night and experience difficulty fall back to sleep.
  • You are so sleep-deprived that many parts of your waking hours are in danger of turning into a complete nightmare.
  • In a desperate attempt to get some sleep, you tried sleep medications only to remain wide awake half the night and morphed into an inebriated zombie the next day.

If any of the above-mentioned describes your situation, you may be experiencing insomnia.

What is Insomnia?

First, for the definition of Insomnia and related information, you are cordially invited to refer to our article: Finally, an Easy Way to Get a Good Night Sleep…

For some quick and easy tips to a good night’s sleep, read on…

Sleep Easy: Quick and Simple

“Chronic sleeplessness (Insomnia) wreaks havoc with almost all areas of my life. It’s like an ominous, dense and impenetrable sandstorm that blocks out even the most brilliant sunshine. Its harmful effects intruded every aspects of my life, be it personal, professional, heath, emotions, or relationships. Nothing escapes its brutal clutches.”

– Ian A., Insomniac for more than 3 years.

Here are some simple tips to help you ease into slumberland:

  • Sleep like a baby and waking up feeling refresh.Practice Self-hypnosis,
  • Practice Yoga,
  • Practice meditation,
  • Limit all caffeinated/alcoholic beverages 8-12 hours before bedtime,
  • Engage in moderate exercises (E.g. swimming),
  • Eliminate catnapping during daytime,
  • Practice good sleep hygiene,
  • Buy a suitable mattress which provides adequate support,
  • Develop and stick to a sleep routine,
  • Don’t drink too much fluid before turning in,
  • Empty your bladder immediately before going to bed.

There they are, simple, easy-to-do techniques that can foster restful sleep night after night.

Treatment for Insomnia

For chronic insomniacs, the underlying problem may be more severe requiring a more direct and in-depth approach. In such cases, you are advised to seek the assistance of a qualified, professional therapist.

For more information about our holistic, all-natural, non-medication therapy, contact us today.