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"Restorative Sleep Without Drugs or Alcohol" designed to help troubled sleepers enjoy the many benefits of restful sleep
BOISE, Idaho, Feb. 25, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- National Sleep Awareness Week 2014 is being held March 2-9. This sleep focused week celebrates the amazing health benefits restful sleep can provide, if one is capable of falling asleep and staying asleep throughout the night. Sleep benefits include: an increase in mental and physical energy, a brighter more positive outlook on life, the reduced risk of heart disease and colon cancer, less anxiety, more sexual energy, and improved relationships in the family and at work.
In light of the National Sleep Awareness Week, MySleepSchool.com has revamped their Online Sleep Course to better help troubled sleepers get restful, rejuvenating sleep without turning to prescription drugs or alcohol. "Two major changes have taken place," said Sleep Expert Nancy Nadolski. "First, we want everyone with a sleep problem to get the help they need to fall asleep and stay asleep throughout the night; so, we dropped the monthly fees forever. Second, we improved the website to accommodate tens of thousands of people at the same time. MySleepSchool.com is now the most state of the art sleep course imaginable, delivering an even greater user experience."
Recent sleep studies show evidence that sleep can usually be improved through a series of simple tweaks and routine adjustments. Items on the better-sleep-to-do-list range from getting plenty of sunlight in the morning to keeping a sleep journal at night. Nancy states, "Most doctors have minimal education when it comes to sleep and are quick to prescribe unnecessary sleep medication." Organizations involved with the National Sleep Awareness Week encourage troubled sleepers to practice good sleeping techniques first before turning to sleep medication.
MySleepSchool.com provides an easy to follow, natural, and predictable "system" that troubled sleepers can use to get their sleep back on track without the use of drugs or alcohol. MySleepSchool.com is a step by step guide consisting of video lessons and assignments that can be used to greatly improve sleep over the course of a few weeks. Nancy Nadolski is a professional sleep expert who has successfully helped people sleep better for over 30 years.
Nancy Nadolski: Email 208-863-9214
Lars Knutsen: Email 208-602-2844
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