How is lack of sleep affecting your life?
Can't sleep at night? Tossing and turning?
Stop chaining yourself to the constant cycle of insomnia.
Having trouble sleeping is more than just a nuisance. The effects can affect every aspect of your life from your mood to your performance in the workplace and even your relationships with friends and family members.
Thankfully, some simple changes to your daily routine can have powerful positive effects on the quality of sleep you get and ultimately lead to improved health and even less stress.
During this webinar, you will learn:
😴 Why the regular advice hasn't helped you sleep better (and what will).
😩 The #1 reason you can't sleep (and what to do about it).
🤯 How your subconscious is sabotaging you (and which habits to quit today).
😳 The biggest mistake my clients make (and what to do instead).
Presented by Lana Walsh, Sleep & Insomnia Expert
I've been exactly where you are. I suffered for over 30 years trying everything I could to get better rest and have the energy to live my dream life. It was all I could do just to get through the day. Now, I not only wake up feeling great, but I have energy that last throughout the entire day. I no longer have to try to convince myself that when I feel better tomorrow, then I can start that exercise program, or take that Spanish class, or create that side hustle. I no longer have to postpone my life for when I someday might feel better. Is it time for you to stop putting off your plans and goals till tomorrow? Join me for my next webinar to learn how Insomnia Secretly Ruins Your Life and What I Did to Cure Myself After 30 Years.
WHAT PEOPLE SAY
"My sleep has completely changed. I sleep through the night and feel like a different person. I got my life back on track! I'm very grateful!"
"I am sleeping a lot more consistently and I have a lot more awareness about how much I am sleeping, what causes off nights, and a lot less anxiety about it!"
"I couldn't believe how fast this started working for me and in just 3-4 weeks I was consistently having restful sleep. I went from hopeless to confident."