By Alex Lukeman, PhD
Author of Sleep Well, Sleep Deep
For tens of millions of Americans, getting a good night’s sleep is an elusive dream.
Good news: Via self-hypnosis, it’s usually possible to overcome sleeplessness -- even if you’ve struggled with the sandman for decades.
FIRST THINGS FIRST
Sleep remains mysterious, even to longtime sleep researchers. But falling asleep clearly involves slowing the mind and body. People suffering from insomnia find that all but impossible.
If you haven’t already, take these basic steps to curb mental and physical arousal before bedtime...
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