Does worry keep you awake at night?  

sleep deprivation

When you are stressed or worried, one of the first things that you may notice is that you are having trouble sleeping.  Some people say they can get off to sleep OK, but that they waken after only a couple of hours and can’t get back to sleep. Others say that they get into bed – often tired or exhausted, but can’t get to sleep.  When I ask them why they think this is – they say it’s because they can’t ‘switch off’ – their minds are too active – jumping from one thing to another – they have too much ‘stuff’ going on – they are replaying the events of the day or thinking ahead to tomorrow or to next week. Another behavior that keeps some people awake is tyring to make themselves sleep. If you are one of those peeople, then learning how to get to sleep without trying or putting in effort, may be just what you need, to send you off to sleep. 


Help Me Sleep: How to Overcome Your Sleep Problems
 will show you: “How to ‘Switch Off’ at bedtime” and “How to Get to Sleep without Trying or Putting in Effort.” Access Now