7-Day Sleep Challenge
Publisher: Authors Republic
Date: February 2019
Duration: 1 hours 20 minutes
Sleep Better With Your '7-Day Sleep Challenge'
Why are you reading this? Because:
- You want to fall asleep faster and stay asleep every night.
- You want to cure insomnia that is disrupting your sleep cycle.
- You want to stop feeling tired all the time from sleep deprivation.
- You want to not use sleep medications but opt for natural methods.
- You want to improve your focus and productivity throughout the day.
The average adults need around 7-9 hours of sleep each night according to the National Sleep Foundation. Sadly, many get far less than that bare minimum and it’s affecting their lives negatively and decreasing their ability to function properly.
The truth is, roughly 70 million people in the United States alone are already suffering from some kinds of sleep disorders, and that number is only going to rise to a staggering 100 million by the middle of the 21st century.
In the conventional sense, there are medications to diagnose sleep disorders, but it goes without saying there are potentials for side effects, dependence, harm, and even death from accidental overdose.
That’s why you should address the issue at the core rather than put a band-aid over the symptom with some pills that carry unknown long-term consequences.
There is an underlying source attributing to your sleep problems—and that is exactly what the “7-Day Sleep Challenge” will tackle head-on in only a week. You’ll get practical applications and strategies that are both hands-on and effective, including:
- Sleep-aid hacks using scents, sounds, lighting, air, and temperature
- Custom detailed plan to follow to ritualistically get ready for bed
- Behavior modifications for establishing new sleeping patterns
All of these things and many more are simple to do and will dramatically improve the quality of your sleep.
So are you ready to accept your “7-Day Sleep Challenge”? Then waste no more previous time staying awake. Time to relax and enjoy a rejuvenating sleep now—and good night.