We have all had them, those dreams in the middle of the night filled with terrifying images that haunt us and flood us with feelings of fear, anxiety, or sadness. Usually entailing some sort of dangerous situation such as falling or drowning, a frightening object or animal such as snakes or haunted houses, or even people that we know or demonic versions of them. Sometimes the nightmares can be mild and simple such as falling, that wake us up quickly.
Are you like thousands of people who can’t sleep? Or do you seem to have trouble get a full night of restful sleep and you keep waking up in the middle of the night? Here are some simple tips and tricks to help you beat insomnia and get the sleep you have been missing. Insomnia Buster # 1: Creating the Right Atmosphere Being comfortable and free of distractions is one of the first steps in securing a good night’s sleep.
Ashley shares ~ “I suffer from extreme insomnia. For 4 years, I’ve been classified as a 10.2 on the insomniac scale, that only goes up to 10. I have been on some heavy sleeping aids, all which have been prescribed to me. Probably 15 different kind. Some were super harsh on me… most didn’t help… a couple made me do crazy things… I was speaking with my psychiatrist a couple weeks ago, and I learned that the average life span
Linda Ingraham Valentine says ~ “I slept 11 uninterrupted hours last night. I am a new person! We talk about #TruVision and the fantastic weight loss everyone is having but we need to talk about #TruSlumber also! My average sleep time has been 3-4 hrs a night and since I started TruSlumber less than a week ago the least I have gotten is 8 hrs. As most everyone knows, good sleep at night will help in weight loss!” Get yours from