Are you reading this late at night just because you can’t sleep… Insomnia anyone? Or you’ve been desperately looking for answers on why you can’t fall or stay asleep all night? You are not alone. How common is insomnia among adults? Here are the numbers:
• 30 to 35% have brief symptoms of insomnia.
• 15 to 20% have a short-term insomnia disorder, which lasts less than three months.
• 10% have a chronic insomnia disorder, which occurs at least three times per week for at least three months. (source)
You have tried sleeping pills, new pillows, mattresses, white noise, soothing sounds you name it– to no avail.
I know it can be frustrating but that is the least of your concerns. Lack of sleep has been linked to several diseases like depression, cardiovascular disease,Type II diabetes, weakened immune system, high blood pressure, chronic inflammation, digestion issues, and the list goes on.1 Worry some right? It’s ok! I know that’s why you are here, and I am going to finally help you find ways to fall and stay asleep once and for all.