I Couldn’t Sleep At All

I used to lie in bed staring up at the ceiling for hours waiting to fall asleep. I tried to calm my mind but the more I tried the more my mind just chattered away reviewing my day or some other prior event. I tried counting sheep but the numbers got stratospheric until the sun began to rise. I was exhausted. I tried to meditate and think of nothing but then something would drift into the nothing and the more I tried to push it out, the more it returned. I would get some sleep during the night, but the worst part was the interminable boredom of just waiting to fall asleep. I’d look at the clock and time just crawled by.

My dad could take a nap on a minutes notice, so I guessed my problem wasn’t genetic. I just had too many things on my mind too much of the time and had no idea how to just stop thinking and be still and fall asleep.

I understand that I am not alone. According to the National Sleep Foundation:

  • 48% of Americans report insomnia occasionally
  • 22% experience insomnia every or almost every night.
  • Women are 1.3 times more likely to report insomnia than men.
  • People over age 65 are 1.5 times more likely to complain of insomnia than younger people and
  • Divorced, widowed and separated people report more insomnia

Meanwhile, the National Sleep Foundation continues with the statements that:

  • People with insomnia are four times as likely to suffer from depression than people who sleep well.
  • Lack of sleep due to insomnia may contribute to illness, including heart disease.
  • Safety on the job, at home, and on the road may be affected by sleepiness.
  • People with insomnia may miss more time from work or receive fewer promotions.
  • After a poor night’s sleep, many people report accomplishing fewer daily tasks and enjoying activities less.

I went to a sleep lab once and they hooked me up to an electroencephalograph (EEG) machine where I could see and hear my brainwaves. I quickly learned how to slow my brainwaves down so that I could go to sleep. But this method was still work.

I later worked with Drs. Deepak Chopra M.D. and Rudy Tanzi, PhD, co-authors of the best selling book Super Brain, in developing a technology that instantly and effortlessly got a person into a relaxed state, a meditative state, a dream state and even a dreamless sleep state depending on the program settings. It was amazing. On the early machines I had a dial and I remember one test subject where I would turn the dial down and he’d instantly fall asleep and I would turn it up and he’d instantly wake up and I’d turn it down and he’d fall asleep again, all in a matter of seconds.

The technology uses blinking lights of specific frequencies experienced through closed eyelids. As such it was not suitable for people who had epileptic seizures but it was perfectly fine for everyone else.

So we now have available to the general population this safe and effective sleep technology, called the Deepak Chopra Dream Weaver. Check out the amazing testimonials satisfied users have written about it.

“The serenity is beyond words. I sleep better and wake more refreshed.”
“Worth every penny. I have never slept so good.”

“I am totally rejuvenated.”
“I am still in a state of shock that I had gotten the best night’s sleep I can ever remember having.”

Try the Dream Weaver now and if you are not fully satisfied return it for a refund of your full purchase price.

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