Celebrate World Sleep Day With These 5 Sleep Hacks!
Today is World Sleep Day: A strong call to action on important issues related to sleep, including health consequences, work and social issues, and driving risks.
Check out the photo to the right.
Doesn't that look like heaven, to be sleeping so soundly!
Well, you can sleep like a baby again.
After studying brainwave states and sleep patterns for years, our founder, Bill Harris (who had major sleep issues of his own at one time) came up with a terrific list of…
The 5 Best Sleep Hacks for the regular, rejuvenating sleep you need to function at your best.
5. Eat Early: Eat your large meal at least 2-3 hours before bedtime. If you get hungry, have a light snack 45 minutes before you turn in for the night.
4. Set Limits: Alcohol, cigarettes and caffeine can disrupt sleep. ‘Nuff said.
3. Turn Off Your Computer/TV: The light from your device activates your brain, as do TV programs or videos that spike your adrenaline (intense action, violence or crime). Calming activities, rather, such as reading (in print, not your e-reader), will help you wind down instead of ramp you up.
2. Restorative Poses: Certain “restorative” poses and movements in Yoga and Tai Chi have been reported to aid in your ability to fall asleep and stay asleep.
1. Use the Holosync® Sleep Suite: The single best thing you can do to ensure consistent, restful, restorative sleep, is to use neuro-audio technology to put your brain into the proper sleep states.
While World Sleep Day is an annual day for increased awareness, chronic sleep issues haunt people (sometimes daily) all year-round, and can become…
...an ongoing nightmare.
I urge you to check out The Sleep Suite especially if you are experiencing any of these conditions:
Fueling yourself on caffeine
Restless thoughts at night
Tossing and turning
Trouble waking up
My profound wish for you is consistent, deep, rejuvenating sleep. And the Sleep Suite can help you get it.
I know this, because the sound technology that our neuro-audio engineers developed scientifically syncs your brainwaves with the sleep patterns…