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Do you feel restricted on what you can achieve in life because of your poor sleeping habits? Discover today the importance of getting enough sleep and the effect this can have on your physical and mental health and how mastering “sleep restriction therapy” will change your life for good! Listen in today to find out more.
- Sleep is one of the most important bodily functions. Not sleeping has all sorts of long term health consequences such as heart disease, cancer, obesity and it has a massive impact on individuals cognitive functioning.
- Often when you really try to put your mind to something, and you focus hard on fixing it, you will succeed.
- There are many things that can help you fall asleep, such as not eating after 7 pm, only drinking water after 8 pm, no screen time after 9 pm and taking a warm, relaxing bath in the evening as well.
- Another successful way to help you sleep is by practising sleep restriction therapy. You need to create a strict sleep diary and only go to bed for the time that you will be asleep. Limiting the things you do in bed, these include no reading, no watching TV and not using your phone.
- The process can take a couple of weeks to get you from sleeping a poor 4-5 hours to a full 8 hours. The therapy is adjusting your circadian rhythm and you must stick to it rigorously.
“Times of higher stress can affect your sleeping.”
“It will change your life, it changed my life.”
“Within a week, most insomniacs show that they went from 67% sleep efficiency to 87%”
Mark Homer is an entrepreneur investor. He has worked with investment since he was 15 years old using the laws of wealth! He is a spreadsheet analyst with an impressive following from major publications including BBC Radio, The Wall Street Journal, The Independent, and co-authoring the UK’s best-selling property books. Mark has always looked for the best investment vehicle, and at the end of 2007 with Rob Moore the co-founder of Progressive Property his joint portfolio produced more profit than any of the other investments he’d tried in the last ten years, combined.
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