Sleeping Made Easy
Many people have poor sleep hygiene and do not observe their circadian rhythm. Experiencing insomnia is typically a symptom of other life balance issues, such as
- weight gain
- changes in lifestyle
- stress at work or home
- other environmental issues
While insomnia is not typically described as a disease itself, it can have signification impacts on virtually every part of your life, creating life quality issues that lead to further problems.
We put this site together to help you learn about insomnia, understand common sleeping disorders, and find cures for any sleeping issues you may have. Some people do well by improving their sleep environments, by...
- using sleep aids - buying a comfortable bed & pillow that improve you comfort, posture, & airflow
- a chemical approach - taking sleeping pills or finding herbal remedies
- alternative solutions- like meditation, white noise machines, or light therapy
The causes AND solutions to sleep problems are not the same for everyone. We encourage you to read the sleep glossary and browse our site to help fix your sleeping problems. While we tried our best to make the site fairly comprehensive, feel free to contact us with any questions you may have.
Matthew Walker is a leading expert on the importance of sleep. His book Why We Sleep is a must read for anyone having sleep issues. We've embedded one of his presentations & an interview of him below.
Here is a recording of a talk he did at Google.
He was also interviewed on the Joe Rogan Experience podcast.