Insomia - Life Beyond Certificate



Are you suffering from lack of sleep or poor quality sleep, this book is for you. It will unravel effective night routine habits and healthy lifestyle changes for better sleep quality.



According to experts, about 20-40% of adults have insomia in the course of any year and 1 out of 3 people have insomnia at some point in their lives.

You can use this product to determine the signs and potential causes of insomnia. You’ll learn practical nocturnal routine behaviors and wholesome lifestyle adjustments for greater sleep. You will also discover both natural and artificial methods for treating insomnia.

What is insomnia?
Insomnia is a common sleep disorder that is characterized by difficulty:

Falling asleep initially.
Waking up during the night.
Waking earlier than desired.
What are the symptoms of insomnia?
Chronic insomnia may cause:

The inability to fall asleep or the need to get up in the middle of the night.
Difficulty returning to sleep.
Feeling tired/fatigued during the daytime.
Irritability or depressed mood.
Problems with concentration or memory.
What are the types of insomnia?
Insomnia can be a short-term problem or a persistent one. There are two types of insomnia: short-term and long-term or chronic insomnia

Short-term insomnia:Stress is frequently the cause of brief insomnia, which lasts for a few days or weeks.
Long-term insomnia:When sleep problems persist for three months or more, they are considered chronic insomnia.
How common is insomnia?
Sleep disorders are very common. Every year, they have an impact on up to 70 million Americans.

Insomnia symptoms occur in approximately 33% to 50% of the adult population while Chronic Insomia disorder that is associated with distress or impairment is estimated at 10% to 15%.

How much sleep do most people need?
The average adult need seven to nine hours of sleep per night, but individual needs for optimal performance vary. Both the quantity and the quality of your sleep are important. Being unable to fall asleep has the same negative effects on your health as turning and turning and waking up frequently.

Some of the topics are:

The underlying science of insomnia and strategies for preventing it from controlling your life
How brainwaves can impact a person with insomnia’s sleep habits
How sleep deprivation can ruin your relationships, productivity, and life
How to treat insomnia with natural and synthetic medicines

Healthy lifestyle modifications anyone can apply for good sleep

Effective night routine habits for high quality sleep

And much more!