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Do you feel trapped at night and exhausted during the day?

Even though insomnia may feel like a prison, it’s not the same from person to person – even from night to night.

This method has helped many people struggling with insomnia – women, men, teens, the elderly. Their nights were something like these, and  maybe yours are, too:

  • You struggle to sleep and/or wake in the middle of the night, filled with non-stop thoughts and anxiety about how you’ll do the next day.
  • You’re so sleep deprived you can’t help but take a nap during the day and then can’t fall asleep at night.
  • Your occasional insomnia has gotten more chronic since with news stories or a stressful situation in your own life.
  • You’ve tried meditation, relaxation exercises, clearing your mind, hypnosis tapes, Delta-wave music… everything to relax, but you still can’t let go.

If you are weary from exhausted days and stressed-out nights, you can benefit from this method. It starts with changing how you look at insomnia – your nights, your mind, how you relate to emotions, and more.

You also need a variety of skills to rejuvenate at night, because insomnia isn’t the same each time. That means experimenting with and practicing different techniques, to find what works best for you.

Then you’ll  have what it takes to soothe your sleepless nights, renew, and welcome sleep.

Does this sound like you?

If so, I feel confident that I can help you feel rested and ready for life…so you trust your ability to befriend your nights, and greet the mornings refreshed.

Are you ready to dive right in? Schedule a free consultation.

Curious how Restful Insomnia helps your nights?

To be honest, when we started I wasn’t sure how much if at all you could help me, and it’s been tremendous. I am feeling rested and more energetic, enough so I’m now able to resume writing again!

~ Stephanie Osborn
Author

Let’s start with the first of the seven pathways to rest, understanding the obstacle that’s likely getting in your way.

Click here for the free ebook, 3 Reasons Why Trying to Sleep is Keeping You Up.

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