For the first 23 years of her life, Sasha Stephens never thought twice about sleep, and she never really had to because she never had a problem with it. But after a bout of sleepless nights during her college years, the problem that seemed to come out of nowhere only seemed to worsen. And when she sought relief from sleeping pills, things got even worse. This was the beginning of a 15-year case of insomnia for Sasha, and it took over her life. But if it weren’t for this experience, Sasha likely wouldn’t have the insight she has today, nor be the author of The Effortless Sleep Method: The Incredible New Cure for Insomnia and Chronic Sleep Problems, nor the creator of Sleep for Life, an insomnia cure program that’s received overwhelmingly positive feedback.
“Having the odd bad night of sleep or even the odd run of bad nights is completely and absolutely normal, and I think this is something we don’t allow people to realize. The reason that people suffer for years…and the reason that I suffered for such a long time…is because…we start throwing all sorts of things at the problem…without actually realizing that the more you do about insomnia the worse it becomes,” says Sasha. She goes on to explain the unhelpful habits that lead to and reinforce insomnia, misconceptions that many people hold about insomnia, some of her main recommendations for setting the right circumstances for sleep, and what a person can expect by enrolling in her program. “The main crux of my advice is in changing the way that you think about this problem,” she says.
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