I’d like to dedicate my next post to Tracey from Tracey’s Crafty Scraps who made a comment on my previous post that she struggles to get 3-4 hours sleep a night, let alone 6-7.
There are certainly many people around the world who are plagued by Insomnia which not only effects your ability to get the proper amount of rest that your body needs to recharge, but it can also have many other side effects. These may include mood changes, depression and/or anxiety, as well as speeding up the aging process.
As a shift worker I certainly struggle at getting enough hours of sleep, but I have never personally suffered from Insomnia. (I think I’d be a train wreck if I did!)
So I’d like to call on the experts to help Tracey out – and anyone else out there who is reading this post, and needs some help.
Here’s what I found when I undertook my own research.
It’s called ‘Sleep Tracks’ – a program designed by Yan Muckle who personally suffered from insomnia for years. After years of trial and error and an extensive amount of research, Yan has developed a program to help break the crippling cycle of sleepless nights.
For more information you can visit Yan at: Sleep Tracks
Here’s to a good nights sleep!