To Fall Asleep Quick and Easy, Do This

Former Insomniac by End Insomnia

Mar 23 2024 • 6 mins

A critical initial step in overcoming insomnia involves increasing the Sleep Starting Force.

It has two elements: your sleep drive and circadian rhythm.

Today we discuss the "sleep window," a structured approach to managing your sleep time.

While the idea of a sleep window might seem familiar, our approach contrasts significantly with other insomnia treatments.

Unlike the temporary and often stressful sleep windows used in methods like CBT-i, our sleep window aims for long-term sustainability.

The End Insomnia System emphasizes understanding the sleep window as a strategy to strengthen your Sleep Starting Force, not as a Sleep Effort, paving the way for consistent sleep quality.

Sticking to this framework is key to helping your body's natural ability for sleep, maximizing its support in your fight against insomnia.

To set your sleep window, focus on:

  • The right amount of bed time to fine-tune your sleep drive.
  • Regular wake times to stabilize your circadian rhythm.
  • Avoiding lengthy naps to maintain a focused sleep drive and rhythm.

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Whenever you're ready to end insomnia (guaranteed) without pills, CBT-i, or nighttime rituals, book a call to discuss your situation and see if we can help (risk-free).

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