The last night of Sleep With The Experts wrapped the whole series.
Week 9 sifted down the 50-plus types of insomnia to a manageable and understandable 10 Insomnia Types™.
Here are Elizabeth’s Ten Insomnia Types™:
Type A – Difficulty Getting to Sleep
Type B – Difficulty Staying Asleep
Type C – Waking Too Early in the Morning
Type D – Drugs, Food Additives and Colourings
Type E – Varying Sleep Times (shift-work, jet-lag, circadian rhythm issues)
Type F – Muscles and Muscular. Restless Legs Syndrome (RLS), twitching, etc.
Type G – Illness and Pain – includes sleep apnea
Type H – Mind Games (depression, anxiety, phobias etc)
Type I – Environment (snorning partners, overheating in bed, living on a train track etc)
Type J – Decisions, Decisions (mortgage, relationship, job, etc)
The best part?
I matched specific, practical and non-drug solutions to each Insomnia Type™.
If you were in on the webinar finale, you already know that many of these sleep solutions have never been presented to the public before, in fact some were launched publicly for the first time during Sleep With The Experts.
Obviously series wrap up forces you to think strategically, and get specific on exactly why you can’t sleep, and how you can’t sleep.
How to sleep better and stay asleep once you are asleep.
How to prevent yourself from waking in the night and waking up too early in the morning.
The other insomnia types include the sleep environment, health issues around sleep, the side effects of some drugs (both prescribed and recreational), muscle tension, restless legs syndrome etc.
And we haven’t forgotten the very important considerations with circadian rhythms and how they are disturbed with international travel, shiftwork etc. These areas of sleep are becoming more and more public, as we all realise that some of our most vital occupations are subject to sleep deprivation, long hours of work and very little consideration of the consequences. We rely on our ambulance drivers, medical doctors, nurses, air traffic controllers, pilots etc.
And the home remedies for insomnia are not ones that you have normally heard about.
Here is your passport to world-first information on how to sleep better.