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Best Way To Fight Insomnia: Sleep in 2 Minutes With This Military Hack!

If you’re not getting enough hours of sleep every night, I’ve got to share with you an effective sleep solution that’s used by our nation’s armed forces and that I consider the best way to fight insomnia.

Two weeks ago, an old friend of mine, Darrell, came into town and we met to catch up. While we were talking, he asked for my advice to fight insomnia… Here’s what he told me:

“Look, I know I’m a healthy guy… 

I eat right, I exercise, and I don’t smoke or drink alcohol. Heck, I don’t even drink coffee… 

But I’ve got a problem and it’s driving me crazy – I can’t sleep. No matter what I do, I just can’t seem to fall asleep. I’ve tried counting sheep, meditation, and a million other things, but as soon as I lay down in bed, I’m wide awake…

And looking at Darrell, I could see that it was serious…

His body appeared to be in excellent condition, but his eyes told a different story…

He had deep, dark rings and his eyes had sunken back – the classic signs of someone struggling with insomnia.

And once I asked him about his daily routine, I immediately spotted several problems…

What Are You Doing Wrong?

pile of 3D question marks

In Darrell’s case, and maybe yours as well, there were a few things he was doing that were fighting against his desire to sleep, even though they seemed relatively healthy at first glance…

1. Eating Too Late

When I asked him about his eating habits, he told me that he usually has dinner around 9-10 pm, which is way too late…

Now, you might think that eating a heavy dinner later at night will help you sleep better, but it’s simply not true.

What happens when you eat a meal is that your body’s metabolism speeds up to process the food…

And with that higher metabolism, it’s actually harder to go to sleep.

I advised Darrel to push back his dinner to 6-7pm to allow several hours for his metabolism to return to its normal state before trying to sleep.

2. Exercising At Night

Related to his late dinners, Darrell had another night-time activity that was affecting his sleep… exercising.

After dinner, his usual custom was to take a short, 1-2 mile jog. In his mind, he was burning off the calories he just ate, but what he was really doing is pushing his metabolism, heart, and body even further into overdrive… 

Compounding things and again, making it even harder to fall asleep.

I explained all this and recommended moving his evening jog before dinner or, even better, after breakfast each day if possible.

Now, those two things alone would do damage to anyone’s sleep routine, but Darrell had yet another sleep issue…

3. One Last Look At Your Email and Facebook Feed

The last thing Darrell did every night before going to bed was to spend a little time at the computer or on the phone checking his email and scrolling through his Facebook feed…

Which, as you might have guessed, doesn’t work if what you want is restful sleep.

The light that comes from digital monitors and smartphones is different from television and convinces your brain to wake up even more.

The obvious solution – ditch the last-minute digital check and try a more relaxing activity before bed like reading a book.

Before I tell you about the military-grade sleep hack, it’s important to know WHY sleep is so important…

You Must Fight Insomnia For Your Overall Health

woman struggling to sleep

Pure and simple, if you’re not getting enough sleep, then it IS affecting your health… 

And not in a good way.

Your body needs that nightly reset for a number of reasons and not getting it on a regular basis means you’ll probably start seeing a number of side effects that might not seem related, but they are. Side effects like…

  • Depression or irritable mood
  • Not being able to learn new things
  • A craving for carb-heavy foods
  • Lowered libido
  • Clumsiness

And many more.

Now, you might not be getting enough sleep for any number of reasons…

Maybe you have a lot of stress or anxiety, or maybe you’re not getting enough physical movement during the day, maybe you have a chaotic schedule, or maybe you’re like Darrell and you’re doing things that go against a healthy night’s sleep…

But as soon as you’re able to start sleeping well, you’ll notice the difference from the first day…  

And I have the perfect trick to fight insomnia and put your body and brain into sleep mode quickly and easily…

The Best Way To Fight Insomnia: 2 Minute Navy Sleep Hack

military salute

I learned this technique from an uncle who is a retired Navy pilot and he said that it was taught to him, as well as all other pilots, during his years in the service…

And since that time, he can fall asleep on command, no matter the noise or other distractions around him. Trust me, I’ve seen it.

While I generally don’t have problems falling asleep, I tried it for myself for a few nights and immediately saw firsthand how well it works to relax your body and get rid of your racing thoughts.

Here’s what you do:

  1. Start by paying attention to the muscles in your face and relax them one-by-one, beginning with the muscles around your eyes and moving down to your cheeks, jaws, and even your tongue. Breathe slowly, relaxing when you exhale.
  2. Continue doing the same down your entire body – neck, then shoulders, then arms, then chest, then stomach, then hips, then legs, then feet.

There’s no rush and you should only concentrate on the next area of your body once the current one truly feels relaxed…

After your entire body is in a relaxed state, it’s time to work on your mind. Take 10-15 seconds to try and clear your mind and then pick one of the following three techniques to slow down your brain activity. Close your eyes and…

  • Imagine that you’re in a pitch-black room and lying in a hammock made of black velvet that’s slowly swaying back and forth. Feel the softness of the material and how it envelopes your whole body.
  • Picture yourself lying down on a gently rocking canoe in the middle of a lake. All you can see is crystal-clear clear water around you and a pristine blue sky overhead.
  • Mentally say “Don’t think, don’t think” over and over again for approximately 15 seconds.

Now, this sleep hack takes time to perfect and my uncle said it was drilled into his head for six weeks by his instructor to make sure it held. However, he said it was already working after 5 days and it became an essential part of his night-time routine.

For Darrell, he said it was a complete game-changer and when I called him a week later, he said he was already sleeping much better.

I hope it works for you as well and you can finally start to get the sleep you deserve.Up-n-Go Energy Natural Supplement

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