Are you having trouble sleeping? Well, you might be suffering from some type of Insomnia.


It really is frustrating dealing with insomnia for one night or two nights, but did you ever think what it would feel like if this was an everyday occurrence?

I'm sure you have been incredibly tired and dying of sleep, but no sleep wants to cascade its shadow on you...

Well you're not alone with the sleep problems.

Many of us experience the occasional night of sleeplessness, and sometimes without any major consequences. It is when the occasional night here and there becomes a pattern of several consecutive nights; in other words you're insomniac, that you are faced with a sleeping problem (insomnia).

When you come to think about it, repeated loss of sleep affects all areas of your life, the physical, the mental, and the emotional side. Sleep deprivation can affect your overall daily performance - believe me, it DOES - and may even have an effect on your personality.

If your insomnia continues for a long period of time it can cause problems in your relationships, compromise your productivity, and perhaps lead to other health problems.

People use a host of different devices and strategies to help them sleep. We often hear our customers talking about using low playing music or white noise at night. You can also wear your widex hearing test in bed with the zen programme on, we can even set them to turn off after a period of time.


A relentless cycle of worry and anxiety develops as night after night you toss and turn, wondering when sleep will come - and if it will ever come, wondering what is wrong with you.

Insomnia and sleeplessness generally fall into three major categories:

1)"Initial" insomnia: where you have difficulty in falling asleep, generally taking 30 minutes or longer to fall into a sleep state.

2)"Middle" insomnia: where after falling asleep you have problems maintaining a sleep state, often remaining awake until the early morning hours.

3)"Late" or "Terminal" insomnia: where you awake early in the morning after less than 6 hours of sleep.

Insomnia can also be the symptom of some medical conditions that may require your doctor's advice and medical care.

In those cases the cause will be treated, not the insomnia.

If, however, your sleeplessness is due to a pattern of not sleeping, or because your body and mind find it difficult to settle into a state of relaxation necessary for sleep, these articles will offer you alternative choices for achieving healthy sleep without the use of prescription drugs.

On this website you will see tips on how to:

  • Set the mood for a comfortable sleep atmosphere

  • Establish a bedtime routine

  • Prepare your body for relaxation through satisfying different factors

  • Relax your mind and soul using different methods

I'm sure you freaked out after reading this introduction, but not to worry, searching for information and solutions for insomnia can help you find ways by which you may relax and fill your sleep problems with worry-free sleep.

I hope reading the resources on this website can turn those sleepless nights into restful, waking in the morning refreshed and alert rather than tired and anxious ones.


Insomnia Related Articles

If you are having trouble sleeping, one way to beat your (insomnia) sleep problems is with a bedtime routine:
Just as it healthier for you to satisfy your hunger at regular times everyday, your body and mind need to have consistent bed time routines so that you can learn to fall asleep naturally.

Here are some simple tips to help you relax your body and prepare it for sleep:
Sleeping helps relax your whole body and gives nurturing support to your mind and soul.

Another tip for insomnia is to learn how to relax your mind and soul:
Another step that should be done concurrently to your relaxing your body is that of soothing your mind and soul.

Here are some general body, mind and soul guidelines to help you with insomnia:
All in all, there are a couple of factors that are difficult to classify into one category or the other (i.e. body or mind and soul).