How many times have you lay in bed trying to quiet your mind?
It may feel like it’s difficult to get to sleep because you’re stressed or your mind is racing. Trying to quiet your mind may lead to a cycle of more stress and anxiety, leading to less and lower-quality sleep. Richard Shane has been the behavioral sleep specialist for over 20 years. He is the behavioral sleep therapist for one of the country’s largest primary care practices, which serves over 200,000 patients. In addition, he is the developer of the highly-effective Sleep Easy Method and mobile app which is based on his clinically-proven methodology.
In this video, Dr. Richard Shane offers 4 easy steps to help you get to sleep tonight. These tactics are based on his clinically-proven methodology, Neurosomatic Patterning for Sleep. This method activates the neurological pathways for sleep, which calms the mind without gimmicks or medication. You’ll learn some easy strategies to turn your mind’s focus inward via specific parts of your body. These bodily sensations are the neurological triggers that calm the mind.
These tactics represent just a small portion of the Sleep Easy Method. Why not give them a try tonight?
If you have difficulty falling asleep, falling back asleep, or you don’t sleep deeply. If you would like to have a simple way to quiet your mind, calm your anxiety, and to actually cross over the threshold into sleep – my team and I have developed a number of ways to help you.
What is the Sleep Easy Method?
Sleep Easy is a comprehensive sleep solution developed over 20 years. Used by individuals worldwide who suffer from extreme insomnia & other sleep difficulties.
In 1991, my life and my clinical focus took a turn, as I had two major life crises occur in the same week. This caused extreme anxiety and soon after I developed severe insomnia. Over the next year I slept an average of only three hours a night. This devastated my life. I tried all the treatments, but nothing worked.
At that moment, I began a decades long journey to learn more about how sleep happens. My findings became the Sleep Easy Method. My method has led to features in 100+ medical journals and publications like the International Journal of Sleep Disorders. I’ve worked with large medical groups serving over 300,000 patients and with companies like United Airlines, Hewlett-Packard, and more. But I know there are still millions with sleep disorders.
Our mission is to apply what I’ve learned to help you sleep better – starting tonight.
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