How to sleep normally

Updated: May 10

This is what normal sleep should look like:

  • You fall asleep easily.

  • You sleep seven to nine hours “uninterrupted.”

  • You wake up feeling rested.

If you aren’t sleeping normally, there are two things that are keeping you awake at night:

  1. Your mind

  2. Your body

Read my latest article in the Jackson Hole News and Guide to find out how your mind keeps you awake, how your body keeps you awake, and how to sleep normally.

I offer a free Sleep Breakthrough call to talk about what's going on with your sleep, why everything you’ve tried so far hasn't worked, and how I can help you find out what's causing your insomnia and fix it so you can sleep normally and not worry about sleep anymore!

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