Insomnia and sleep deprivation are two of the worst conditions to suffer from, but millions of people experience both of them every single year. If you're struggling to sleep at night, there is a decent chance you will have tried many different sleep aids in the past. However, you've almost certainly never tried listening to absolute nonsense, and that's where you've been going wrong.
Most people struggle to get to sleep at night because their brain remains active, and they spend hours lying in bed overthinking and getting stressed. Lots of folks try to combat this by reading or listening to books, and that strategy can work well. The problem is that books are interesting. They have characters, a plot, cliff-hangers, and lots of elements that keep your brain active and awake. When you listen to nonsense, that doesn't happen!
As there is no real story to follow, your brain becomes confused, and that helps to break the cycle of overthinking and trick your mind into relaxing. You only need to listen for a few minutes each night, and you should notice a vast improvement with your insomnia. Getting to sleep doesn't have to be difficult. You just need the right tools!
"Basically the Sleep with Me podcast for people who don't like headphones. A revolutionary new insomnia tool." (Sleep Sense Magazine)