Whether you are a chronic insomniac (like me) or just a poor sleeper – there are things you can learn about your sleep, and ways to make it better.
- Do you rely on sleeping pills to get a good night’s rest?
- Are you unable to fall asleep or to stay asleep?
- Are you tired and irritable all the time?
- Do you dread nighttime, because it often leads to another night of frustration with no sleep?
I started sleep research for purely selfish reasons, but now I want to share what I’ve found – without the spin. Read a few posts and see if it’s helpful!
My Short Story
Up until October of 2009, I had been a pretty good sleeper. A light sleeper, but good nonetheless.
I would wake up if there was a loud noise, or if there was some extraordinary stress, but I generally would roll over and go back to sleep right away.
The Life Changer
Experts say that insomnia is often brought about by a traumatic event. It could be a death to someone near to you, troubles at work, financial hardship, or most anything else. A major portion of insomnia onset is medical, and that’s what happened to me.
I survived a stroke in 2009, and lost the ability to sleep in the process.
This blog is my journey back to regular sleep, and I invite you to learn all I have in the “adventure”. Sometimes frustrating, sometimes enlightening, but always interesting.
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