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How to fall asleep easily in the evening without medication, alcohol or expensive gadgets

 

Part of the Sleep Skills For Life Masterclass Series by Beatrix A Schmidt

 

In the United Kingdom alone approximately 1 in 3 of us struggle with insomnia and other sleep problems, not even mentioning worldwide figures!

We all know that getting enough quantity and quality sleep is essential to be able to get through the day and function at our optimum.

But do you really know how you can fall asleep easily in the evening without medication, alcohol, useless hacks or expensive gadgets that don't work every night?

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Tuesday, 23rd February 2021 at 7 pm GMT

Please note, registration closes 1 hour before the event

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What we'll cover during this live Masterclass

Finally it's the end of the day and you're ready to get into to bed but once the lights go off, you're tossing and turning in bed maybe even for hours before eventually you are able to fall asleep... This is one of the most common sleep problem that I come across in my practice that people like you are struggling with.

During this Masterclass and Q&A, we will go through what really stops you from falling asleep easily and how you can finally develop a great 'switching off' routine that works for you every night, for years to come.

Sleep basics

First we'll go through the sleep basics to help you understand why you might not be able to fall asleep easily at night

What does 'easily' mean?

Falling asleep easily means something different to everyone, so we'll look at what you personally need to aim for.

How to make it happen

We'll look at how you can finally support your body and mind to transition into sleep easily and consistently every night.

Registration for this Masterclass is now closed

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About Beatrix

Having struggled with insomnia and burning myself out in my mid-twenties, I spent the last 10 years researching sleep and learning that in order for us to sleep well at night, we need to look much deeper than just how tired we are and the number of hours we sleep.

I believe that sleeping well at night is a skill that we can all develop.

(The only exception is if you have a medical disorder that causes those sleep problems.)

Over the last 6 years as a sleep coach, professional speaker and the author of The Sleep Deep [email protected] I've been helping professionals overcome their sleep problems and insomnia.