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Would You Sleep Without Me?

Would you sleep without me?  Sleeping with me would keep you awake!  And keeping awake is what people in today’s at least western society certainly do way too much of – to the cost of their health, productivity, and quality of life.  Do you sleep enough? Or nowhere near enough?

This society lives in constant deprivation of sleep. And getting it to sleep more requires serious work. Paradoxically, even though people are sufficiently educated about the negative effects of sleeping little, many don’t seem to notice… And when things start going wrong with them, most hardly look for connections in not sleeping enough. In fact they use stimulants instead!

Sleep more and regularly as soon as you feel burnt out.

Some people think that burnout is essential for achievement and success. And as man is excellent at adapting, those people get so used to burnout that they don’t notice that they’re exhausted. That makes being tired the new norm. Some people view sleep as boring. Hence sleeping little is an act of pride – they say ‘we don’t need to sleep!’.  But there’s huge economic cost to not sleeping enough. We think that we sacrifice sleeping for productivity, but we lose productivity to sickness, weakness, issues listed below, and worse mental capacity. Addiction to technology doesn’t help either. People find it harder to disconnect and go to sleep,

But we’re not machines – we cannot minimize downtime.

Most people need 7 to 9 hours of sleep. Everyone has an optimal length of sleeping time. Transition to sleep also affects its quality. If you wake up at night, do not stress. Segmented sleep is absolutely normal. But if you don’t slow the brain down before sleeping, it will activate immediately on waking up. If you wake up at night, ground yourself on the feet, drink some warm water, and do not go to electronic devices nor any other work. Enjoy the heavy calmness of the night and the fact that you have time to relax.

If you don’t start sleeping enough, you may:

  • be susceptible to virueses
  • be susceptible to inflammation
  • get sick. The lymphatic system functions best in sleep – it washes toxins away. No sleep = toxins accumulate. Toxins are the beginning of 90% of diseases.
  • get fat. Sleep deprived people set the alarm to go to the gym – the worst thing they can do, because lack of sleep impairs the digestive fire which will make us feel weak. We can be slim only when the digestive fire is strong and properly digests everything we eat and drink. Keep sleeping and exercise in equal balance.
  • get diabetes – connected to obesity
  • get stress – hypertension – heart disease
  • not be able to process simple info
  • easily get angry
  • get mood swings
  • have a problem with getting your joystick to rise to the occasion.

Many corporate executives don’t sleep enough

due to their workload, addiction to electronics, and desire to play as hard as they work.  But the trend is – slowly – changing.  Many CEOs say that they need 8 hours to be the most effective. Airlines and hotels compete who gives the best sleeping experience. The U.S. and NZ allow advertising sleeping aids which keep people awake while deprived of sleep so that they can do things they don’t fully or at all know they do… How sick is that?!  All use, and especially chronic use of sleeping aids damages health. Nature certainly didn’t design the human body to eat  chemicals.

Every man can dramatically improve

his health, productivity, and quality of life by enough sleep – this simple resource freely available to all of us. Change your mindset about it, then change your habits.

  • Sleep in a dark room. Darkness relaxes and makes the body excrete melatonin essential for its repair.
  • Sleep in a quiet room. Silence soothes and heals.
  • Ideally sleep with the head facing south or east.
  • Don’t have electronic devices in the sleeping room. They emit electromagnetic waves which are bad for us and our energy fields.
  • Clear your energy field before sleeping – it will help you fall asleep and sleep well.
  • Don’t read books, watch TV, nor use mobile devices in bed. If you do, you will confuse the brain. It knows that it’s in bed, thus thinks that it should sleep, but you’re making it concentrate.  The brain therefore finds it hard to slow down and switch off.
  • Use the bed only for making love and sleeping. Create a sleeping ritual – it will set a line for the brain between day and night.
  • If you haven’t slept well, nap during the day. It will help you recharge.

Start sleeping enough

be happier, more focused, calmer, more productive, healthier, slimmer, more attractive, more grounded, emotionally stable, more fun to be around, and sexually able. Some good coaching can start you on this track. Would you like to talk about it?




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