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Lack of Sleep – Is It Taking The Bounce Out of Your Step?

The Zing Out of Your Life? 

Is It Wearing You Down? 

Interesting facts regarding sleep (or should I say the ‘lack of sleep): Humans spend around 1/3 of their existence asleep, meaning that between the cradle and the grave the majority of us will spend between 20 and 30 years sleeping – and by the majority of us, I’m talking every human who don’t suffer from a sleeping disorder. So, if ordinary humans spend 1/3rd of their lives asleep, is it any wonder why so many suffering insomnia are willing to go to (almost) any extreme to catch a few ZZZ’s?

OK, It’s That Time of Night. Time To Settle into Your Cosy Bed & Drift-Off  into The Luxurious World of Sleep..

It’s not happening! Sleep won’t come! What to do?

I’ll bet, like I once did, you’ve tried everything, every ‘online cure’ that claims to be able to put you to sleep within minutes (deep relaxation exercises, hypnotic audio tapes). Maybe you’ve even tried reciting the alphabet; or counting sheep, along with every yack, elephant and dinosaur your mind could conjure. Or maybe you’ve read every “How to Get to Sleep” book from cover to cover; listened -for the second time- to every “How to Get to Sleep” CD’s  that you’ve bought online. Maybe you’ve even tried counting all the money you’ve spent online buying all these ‘How to Get to Sleep’ products?

Now it’s 2 AM and still you’re wide awake!

The Pros & Cons of Sleep Medication?

My Story: After battling sleep deprivation since my late teens, finally, at the age of 27, I relented and paid a visit to my local doctor. After telling him my symptoms he immediately scribbled out a prescription for sleep medication and handed it to me.

Right off the medication worked! And I was over the moon..

..but then, after taking the medication every night for several weeks, I began waking the following morning feeling drowsy and listless, not wanting to get out of bed. And although I did continue taking the medication for a month or so – eventually the lethargic side-affects really started getting the better of me, both at work and socially. And that’s when I began using the medication intermittently, mainly when I’d had a particularly bad run of sleepless nights.

Then I stopped taking the medication altogether.

One Too Many Nightcaps Later..

Well, it’s maybe a year later -I’m still suffering from insomnia- and I’m browsing the internet during the early hours of the morning, looking for a possible solution to my ‘lack of sleep’ dilemma, when I come across a website claiming to have a treatment guaranteed to cure insomnia.

Remember, I’d already sworn off spending any more money buying online products that claim to be able to ‘cure insomnia’. And even though this particular product offered a 60 day money back guarantee, unwilling to break the promise I’d made to myself, I bookmarked the webpage and poured myself another nightcap..

What Worked for Me..

It’s a few weeks and one too many nightcaps later. It’s 4 AM and I’m wide awake and fed up with myself. And again I’m online scrutinising the website that offered the insomnia cure with the 60 day money back guarantee.

Although still skeptical, this time around so much of what the bloke who put the website lack of sleep - testimonialtogether said started to make sense.. and it was after reading this one testimonial (from Erin Pearson, a young Australian mother, talking about how SLEEPTRACKS cured her sleep problem) that convinced me to give it a try: ”I was a bit skeptical at first and didn’t know what I was getting myself into..” said Erin Pearson (continue reading Erin’s testimonial HERE)

Look, when I start talking about how I overcame my lack of sleep dilemma I tend to get excited and ramble on a bit, so maybe it would be better if you read (as I did) Erin’s testimonial yourself. Maybe you’ll be as impressed as I was and want to give SLEEPTRACKS a try?

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