Desperately Seeking Susan's Sleep

Do you remember the last really great night's sleep you had? I'm not talking about the last time you got a full night of uninterrupted sleep. I'm talking about the kind of sleep you brag about the next day. You slept soundly and awoke refreshed. You felt great all day as a result.

Think back to a time when you slept perfectly. It may have not been seven hours or eight hours or even nine or ten hours of sleep. In fact, it could have been fewer than seven. But when you woke up, you felt refreshed, relaxed and restored. You felt younger, less stressful, and life was sweet.

Are these nights few and far between? Well, here's the good news: you can get great sleep every night and feel the way you felt that time you had a perfect night of sleep!

The secret to sleeping well is not so much what you do, but that you do it in the first place. What does this mean? It's simple: good sleepers do any assortment of things before they sleep: some read classic literature, while others watch an old movie. Some complete crossword puzzles, and still other take a bath. The thing is, they do these routinely, like the person who gets up and goes for a jog, or the one who does Pilates every morning, or does yoga. Like people who exercise regularly, these fulfilled sleepers have a daily routine, for sleep.

If you suffer from sleepless nights, take heart in this fact: you are not alone. In the Attacking Anxiety & Depression program you will learn safe and effective, drug-free methods to overcome sleepless nights so that you can lead a more energized, productive, healthy and happy life.


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