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Something to help me sleep


Many of us go through life in a constant state of sleep deprivation. We all have to sleep and we all know people who can sleep anywhere at any time - but many of us are also familiar with the awful frustration of twisting and turning in bed or the nodding dog sensation on a plane or train when we desperately need to rest.
Long journeys provide an opportunity for some of us with a chance for a ’power nap’ or a few hours of restful sleep before that important meeting - but how many of us try very hard but still arrive exhausted and angry that we could not do what should come so naturally.
There are always drugs, of course, to push the body down the road to sleep if we are happy to take pills and risk the possible side-effects.
But the answer that we have been waiting for can be found in a simple blog entry at
If you are one who is in need of learning the art of going to sleep at any time and any place then this little gem could well be the answer for you.
“I travel back and forth across the Atlantic at least once a month”, said the author of this blog.“ I have to say that I used to always spend a few days adjusting to the time difference when I arrived and then to recover when I returned. As I begin to master this simple technique I can now often sleep on the journey and arrive refreshed. It is also helping the night before important meetings when I would otherwise be rehearsing the presentations in my head rather than getting the rest I need.”
This could be a life-saver for many who need to improve their performance at work or who simply want that sensation of feeling rested and ready for the new day.


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