Tips for Improving your Insomnia


“Without wisdom, knowledge is either useless or destructive”
Mark Twain

Good sleep is one of the cornerstones of health. Sleep is the most effective way to improve your health, boost your metabolism and improve your immune function. Good sleep habits are a must for anyone interested in looking and feeling their best.

For whatever reason, though, many people are wasting their time falling asleep only to spend a few meager hours in a light sleep. Is this you? Can you recall the last time you went to bed, fell asleep quickly, slept deeply through the night and woke up feeling fantastic?

It’s funny, because as children we fought bedtimes and craved staying up late, whereas, now, as adults, the scenario I just described sounds like the real heaven – something that exists only in a fairy tale. Humans have a tendency to resist things even if they are helpful. We fight bedtimes rather than embrace them with nightly rituals. This is the second challenge, if not the main one – many people feel sleep is a waste of time. Regardless of the fact that we all know a peaceful routine would improve the quality of our sleep and health, we still resist it.

The good news is, you don’t have to sleep 12 hours a day to have optimal health. It’s been shown that quality of sleep matters more than the amount of sleep you get.

In case you haven’t made the connection, what you do during the day affects your ability to sleep at night. So I encourage you to keep a sleep log for a week or two to assess your “sleep hygiene” and other factors that may be contributing to your insomnia.

In this program you’ll learn about

valuable new habits

to help you commit to better sleep.