Sleep is the one life-giving activity we spend more time doing than any other. Most of us eat three meals a day, have a bath or shower, many of us meditate and exercise. But in general—unless we’re professional athletes—the time we spend asleep equals or exceeds the total number of hours we spend on looking after ourselves in other ways.
So what happens if we have major disruptions to this crucial and restorative aspect of life? According to the American Academy of Sleep Medicine, up to 35% of adults have had some experience of insomnia. Admittedly, not all these cases are described as chronic—for example, sleep disruptions are an inevitable consequence of having a baby. But sadly, there are many people for whom the struggle with sleep is an ongoing nightmare that wreaks havoc in their waking lives.
When a person’s ability to fall asleep (and stay asleep deeply and restfully) is damaged, it takes a combination of science and art to alleviate the problem. Because the root causes of chronic insomnia are so complex and intertwined, a single-pronged method—such as sleep hygiene or acupuncture—is unlikely to be successful in the long run.
In some cases, it’s true that there is just one factor involved, and correcting this issue may heal a person’s ability to sleep. But more often than not, a multifaceted approach is necessary to restore balance and reclaim natural sleep. Here are a few sneak peeks from our forthcoming sleep guide:
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In our forthcoming sleep guide, we’ll take a closer look at some of the reasons why sleep is so important for our health, and explore practical, drug-free ways to sleep better, and live better. We will also reveal insights about 7 keys to better sleep, that are rarely talked about.
To give you a taste of how quickly and effectively you can start to improve your sleep health, we’ve included a fun sleep challenge spanning 7 days. Try our simple and easy-to-follow steps, and you might be amazed at the results! OK, if you’ve been suffering from chronic insomnia for a long time, it’s unlikely that you’ll be fully cured within a week. However, you will notice a significant improvement: Just take a few minutes to focus on the one challenge we’ve set for each of the 7 days.
If you are one of the estimated 60 million adults in the US who sleep poorly, you have nothing to lose but the shadow of weariness that’s been dragging you down!