Whether it’s chronic insomnia or just an occasional night of tossing and turning, few things are more frustrating than insomnia. You’re TIRED. But you can’t sleep.
Worse yet, some desperate folks end up turning to sleeping pills to get some rest. And that’s a BIG mistake because they’re downright dangerous.
Sleeping pill side effects can include constipation, sleepwalking, falls, dementia, and even early death. They can be extremely addictive. And they leave you groggy the next morning.
Not exactly, the refreshing rest you desperately need.
Meanwhile, Big Pharma rings up big profits every year from these pills. And mainstream medicine hands out prescriptions for them as if they’re candy.
Here’s a REAL solution. A weird trick you can use that will put you to sleep either instantly or within just a few short minutes. It works for most folks like a charm. And you’ll avoid the dangers and expense of addictive sleeping pills.
Best of all, it’s FREE.
Start using this weird “nose” trick, and you’ll slip peacefully into a deep, restful sleep night after night.
No more waking up… tossing and turning… watching the clock…
Just blissful slumber.
Weird “nose” trick erases sleepless nights forever
It’s so simple, it seems impossible that it could work so well.
It’s a proven Yoga trick. But don’t worry; it doesn’t involve any impossible yoga poses or chanting. All you have to do is just breathe through your left nostril. Really.
Here’s how you do it…
- Lie down in bed on your left side.
- Rest your finger on your right nostril to close it.
- Breathe deeply in and out of your left nostril.
- Do this for 3 to 11 minutes.
- Fall into deep, restful sleep and wake up in the morning feeling refreshed.
As strange as it sounds this “nose” trick really works. And we even know why.
It stimulates your parasympathetic nervous system, which is more active during sleep. In other words, it helps switch ON your sleep system and shut OFF your waking fight-or-flight system.
Experts say using this trick can dramatically improve your sleep right away… and in a week you may not even need it anymore. Even chronic insomniacs can drift off to dreamland using the “nose” trick.
But, just in case you’re one of the few folks who doesn’t get results you’re looking for from this technique I’ve got you covered.
Following are two more easy, all natural ways, to beat insomnia…
2 MORE “crazy” sleep tricks that actually work
Now, these aren’t your usual guidelines. Many of them can help too. But you’ve heard ALL of those before.
“Go to bed at the same time every night.” “Listen to relaxing music before bed.” “Don’t exercise right before going to sleep.” And the list goes on.
Snore! It’s not bad advice. But let’s face it, if it worked for you, you wouldn’t have a problem. And you wouldn’t be reading this.
So give these other two “crazy” sleep tricks a try instead…
1. Keep it COOL:
You may have heard that a cool night leads to better sleep. But did you know how cool? Exactly sixty degrees Fahrenheit. THAT cool.
So in the winter turn down the heat… way down. And in the warmer months crank up the A/C… way up. And you’ll sleep like a baby.
2. Fight back:
Remember how you desperately wanted to stay up to see Santa Clause when you were a kid. No matter how hard you tried, you just couldn’t keep your eyes open. It’s like there were weights in your eyelids.
Well, guess what? Try it now, and it works just as well.
Obviously, you’re not trying to stay up to catch a glimpse of Old Saint Nick anymore. But if you challenge yourself to stay awake, you can activate what scientists call the “sleep paradox.”
- Lie down in bed, but keep your eyes wide open.
- Repeat to yourself, “I will not sleep.”
- Your brain—which doesn’t handle negative instructions well—will force your tired eyes closed. Sweet dreams!
Almost everyone will get more much-needed rest using these three simple sleep tricks. No dangerous drugs needed.
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