Here you go again. Eyes wide open at 2:00 a.m. and you can’t sleep. You’ve tried everything you can think of including trying to figure out how to swat that stupid butterfly in the TV ad!

Your brain just won’t shut down. You’ve gone over your “To Do List” a hundred times until every item has been planned to the point of obsession! You’ve mentally re-arranged the furniture in the entire house a half dozen times.

You stopped counting sheep and started shooting them a half hour ago!

Does this sound familiar? The only good thing about this problem is the knowledge that you aren’t alone. Thousands of people suffer from insomnia to some degree.

The second good thing is finding your way to this page where you can discover “The Secrets to Sleeping Soundly!” Almost everyone has an occasional bout of sleeplessness. In the stressed out world we live in that’s pretty much a given.

However, when sleep patterns are consistently interrupted with episodes of sleeplessness the situation can be serious. Insomnia is no laughing matter. Our bodies require periods of rest in order to renew and rejuvenate. Interruption of normal sleep on a regular basis is very hazardous to your health!

“The Secrets to Sleeping Soundly” arms you with everything you need to know about the beneficial and harmful aspects of your sleep cycle, including when to recognize that your lack of sleep is reaching critical mass.

Sleeping pills aren’t always necessarily the best line of defense. Normal, natural sleep is much healthier and “The Secrets to Sleeping Soundly” explains how to determine what your body needs in order to get the sleep it requires.

Get the answers to all your questions like:

· The Definition of Sleep and What it Does

· About Sleep Research

· What is REM (and is it important)

· Are Dreams Important

· What is Insomnia

· Do You Need a Sleep Test

· How Light Affects Sleep

· How Serious is Persistent Insomnia

· What is Snoring and Sleep Apnea

· Your Infant and Sleep

· What is Narcolepsy and Is It Treatable

· How To Prevent Sleepwalking and Night Terrors

· Sleep and The Immune System

· What Is Lucid Dreaming

· And Much More…

Did you know that a good nights’ sleep doesn’t necessarily mean eight hours? Yes, we are all taught that in order to be healthy we need eight hours. Some people do . . . and some don’t. Which one are you?

Discovering your “Circadian Rhythm” has nothing to do with the latest dance moves but it can really make a difference in understanding many aspects of your life.

Protect yourself from the heartache of Sudden Infant Death Syndrome. There are precautions you can take with your child to aid in preventing this kind of tragedy.

If your sleep is not providing you with the rest you deserve, you owe it to yourself and your loved ones to take control of the problem learn how to deal with it and get help if necessary.