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Insomnia relief is a tricky subject.  

 

People who have never had a hard time falling asleep will forever be handing-out well-meaning, but annoying, advice. How many times have you been given a bottle of supplements that your friend claims will put you right to sleep? How many aromatherapy products have you wasted money on, only to lie in bed awake… again… with a growing distaste for lavender?

 

Are you tired of being given simple solutions to an enormous, troubling and exhausting issue?


 

THE PROBLEM STARTS WITH THE DEFINITION OF INSOMNIA

 

The current definition of insomnia is difficulty falling asleep or staying asleep, even when a person has the chance to do so.

 

Really? Would you define your pain and frustration as simply a difficulty falling asleep? If your treatment and solutions up to this point have been based on an outdated and misleading definition, then there's the second big problem. We've been treating the wrong issue!

 

 

YOUR BUSY BRAIN IS PART OF THE PROBLEM

 

You can take a pill to help your body relax, but if your brain is still in overdrive from your day's events, sleep isn’t going to just happen. A quick solution in the form of a pill or a memory foam mattress or a decaf coffee doesn't address all the thoughts and worries and plans swirling around in your brain when your head hits the pillow every night.

 

So how can we rewrite the definition of insomnia, as the people who have lived through it and experienced it firsthand?

 

We can identify the struggle that comes when sleep isn't happening as the difference between and insomniac and a normal sleeper. Many people have a difficulty falling asleep, but if they're not experiencing an internal battle, they're not feeling the pain and frustration that someone with insomnia deals with.

 

So, what’s the secret to ending insomnia? ENDING THE STRUGGLE!

 

THE REASON YOU STILL HAVE INSOMNIA

A 4-STEP PLAN TO UNDERSTANDING YOUR INSOMNIA

AND FINALLY FINDING RELIEF

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