Whether you want to (1) feel more energized all day long, (2) know how to easily fall asleep, or (3) know how to get a more restful and better night’s sleep, then this is the book for you!
There’s no reason to spend your days in a mental fog and your nights in restless wakefulness. Learn when and how to head for bed and actually go to sleep. Use simple, straightforward instructions for getting back to sleep if you awaken in the middle of the night. You will also learn how to turn off racing thoughts and soothe your mind and body so you can fall into restful sleep.
This comprehensive book covers everything you need to know about sleep so that you can restore and refresh your body every night! You will first learn how to determine how much sleep your own body needs for optimum functioning. Then I will walk you through easy to follow instructions that will allow you to get a great night’s sleep on a regular basis so that you can live and perform at a much higher level every day! Sleep is far from unproductive time. Your mind and body need a certain amount of down time to repair the damage done during the previous day and to reset and replenish both mind and body to face the day to come. If I where to list the side effects from lack of sleep to the human body it would go on for several pages. That’s why being able to master the art of sleeping is so important!
Life is about doing what you love; good sleep ensures that you never miss out on the great things in life because you will have the energy and enthusiasm to live life to the fullest. Whether you work outside full-time or work at home, you need a good night’s sleep so that you have the energy necessary to thrive and prosper! Part of getting good sleep consists of what you do when you are awake. Do you get adequate light exposure to tell your body this is the time to be awake? Follow a few simple steps to help your mind and body prepare for active wakefulness and then be ready for sleep when the time comes.
Just as you cool down your body after a period of physical exercise, so it is important to gradually dial back the various stimuli that trigger wakefulness. I have provided an easy-to-follow timeline, showing what to do as you approach bedtime. You will explore specific food and activity choices you can make to prepare your mind and your body for sleep. They are simple, and when practiced consistently, they work great.