Insomnia Articles by Richard Hamon

Got Insomnia?
The Value of A Good Night's Sleep

Insomnia! To get more rest or not to get more rest, that is the question. Since many people fail to get enough sleep today, the answer is an easy one.

Heart patients must strive to get more sleep or face worsening cardiovascular health. Young people need more sleep to support their developing brains. Older folks need quality sleep to stay youthful and healthy.

It's a fact. Your body needs sleep to be at its best. Plus, the stress of having too little sleep is hard on the immune system. Lonely, anxious and depressed people need sleep because the lack of sleep increases their distress and makes their issues worse.

Oh, by the way, insomnia is hard on relationships, too. It affects mood and happiness levels throughout the day, and can have an adverse impact upon your partner, family members or friends.

Fortunately, there are many easy steps you can take to reduce sleep problems and get your body the sleep it needs. Just getting more sleep can make a huge difference in your life.

Some of my clients tend to be two different people, or split personalities, as they used to say, based on how much sleep they get. Jekyell and Hyde, anyone?

If you need help getting more sleep, try clicking on any of the articles below for more information.

Insomnia Cures

Stress Relief

Stress Symptoms

Get More Sleep

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