One more reason to aim for a good night’s sleep!
Chronic insomnia has been linked to depression and anxiety, and now a large study from Norway finds that it may also increase the risk of heart attacks.
People in the study with insomnia symptoms had more heart attacks than people without insomnia symptoms, and those with the most symptoms had the highest risk. Via http://www.webmd.com/sleep-disorders/news/20111024/insomnia-may-raise-heart-attack-risk
So what can you do? If you don’t want to go the prescription drug route, some of which are highly addictive, then it might be time to think outside the box.
My phone sessions with clients combine meditation, hypnosis, and other holistic modalities. But whatever method you choose to address your sleep issues, please do address them as proper rest and sleep play a huge role in our physical, mental, and emotional well-being.
Client Testimonial: “I had been unable to sleep through the night for over 15 years before my sessions with you. It is heartwarming for me now to require an alarm clock to get up each morning. My heartfelt and enduring gratitude to you and the work you do for this unparalleled assistance in my life.” S.C. Pensacola, FL