How to Fall Asleep Faster & Easier

Ahhhh. Sleeptime is one of the most desired times of the day where we are able to relax, shut down our minds, and disconnect from the world that we live in at least for a little while. For some individuals it’s not that way though. Many people have difficulty sleeping, and if you’re one of them you’re not alone. You share the same problem with 40 million people in the United States, and millions more all around the world. There are many reasons people can’t fall asleep. Some may be medication related, and others dietary. A very common problem is that the mind just doesn’t shut up!!! You can’t get it to stop no matter what you do. It’s like on auto pilot and the controls are broken. If this is you keep reading because this is your lucky day. 

Mental noise has become standard and quite common. In fact, it’s hard to find someone that doesn’t experience excessive thinking. Just ask anyone yo know if they can calm their mind and the answer is mostly likely “my mind is always racing; I can’t get it to stop.” This excessive thought process does two things at sleep time that are important for you to know. 

  1. It tenses the body 
  2. It doesn’t allow the natural sleep process to take place in a peaceful way

This prevents sleep and if it doesn’t prevent you from falling asleep it will wake you up too early, or in the middle of your sleep and keep you awake. You know the rest from there. Frustration, tossing and turning, and tired the next day not to mention how cranky you may be. Well…there’s a way to beat the mind at its own game

If excessive thinking is keeping you awake then try excessive thinking 

Huh??? As if there weren’t enough crazy ideas in this world here’s one more to add to it, but don’t worry this will make sense, just stay with me. This is kind of like a vaccine. Vaccines will cause you to develop a defense against a disease by giving you the virus that causes the disease. The mind likes to think, so you need to use the mind’s desire for excessive thinking in order to stop the excessive thinking, and that is achieved with pleasant thoughts. You need to keep your mind occupied with something that is going to help your body relax, not tense up. Thinking pleasant thoughts (you choose which ones) will keep your mind occupied until you fall asleep. You see, pleasant thoughts do not cause  physical tension. On the contrary, they cause you to open up and relax.  If you can’t think positively then let someone else think for you. Let a professional do it by following the link to the program directly below. It will give you pleasant and positive suggestion in order to help you fall asleep faster and easier. There are very unique techniques used to create this program to calm the mind and create a peaceful effect. 300,000 people that have listened to it can’t be wrong. Hundreds of thousands have heard this programs and have given amazing feedback on of. I’m sure it’ll help you too. 

Click on this link for this unique sleep program 

Let your thoughts be your best friend. 

If none of the above work for you then try this little D.R.T. (Dirty Rotten Trick) Tell yourself the following as you are lying in bed ready to go to sleep: “Every thought that I think helps me relax deeper and deeper.” You can also use: “Every sound I hear, no matter what it is helps me relax deeper and deeper.” With this statement you are telling your subconscious mind to relax while you think, or hear any sound. Any sound also refers to the ones in your hear such as your thoughts. It doesn’t matter the thoughts you have (although I would put effort into making them positive ones). This suggestion, plus believably in the suggestions itself will cause your thoughts to actually relax your body, and help you fall asleep easier, but keep this in mind: you have to say it with conviction and believably. Saying it a couple of times to yourself in passing won’t work. You have to say it to yourself like you mean it, and then your subconscious mind will act on it. It has worked like a charm for myself and for for many of the people that I have taught it to. Happy sleeping.