Go To Bed: 14 Easy Steps to Healthier Sleep is a new online program and is quite simply the most comprehensive sleep guide ever created.
Go To Bed contains the most comprehensive summary of the relationship between sleep and all aspects of your health and wellbeing ever created. It’s also the best and most comprehensive resource for how to improve your sleep that is available anywhere. This epic 288-page e-book not only contains every scientifically-validated tip and trick for improving your sleep but also a variety of ways for tracking and evaluating your sleep so you can measure your progress! And, of course, there’s the 14-Day Sleep Challenge, designed to help you recharge your life with better sleep in just 14 easy steps.
Go To Bed is an incredible program, the result of almost a year and a half of work, and I’m super excited to finally be ready to share this resource with all of you!
Get the complete program for only $19.99.
Lack of sleep creates inflammation, increases susceptibility to infection, increases risk of chronic diseases like cardiovascular disease and cancer, wrecks your hunger hormones, causes insulin and leptin resistance, causes neurotransmitter imbalances and decreases cognitive function—and that’s just the beginning! Getting enough good quality sleep is absolutely critical for health!
In the past half century, American culture has shifted to focus on increasing productivity at the expense of health. Changes in sleep patterns are no exception to this problem. In the last 50 years, the average amount of time that Americans sleep each night has decreased by 1.5–2 hours from over 8 hours to under 7. That’s a staggering amount of sleep–equivalent to a full month of continuous sleep every year!–that we need but are not getting. Perhaps unsurprisingly, 40% of Americans are getting less than 7 hours of sleep per night, leaving a significant sleep deficit that is never resolved. From what we know about how lack of sleep affects our brains, hormones, and immune system, this may be the single greatest contributor to chronic illness in general. That’s right, sleep, and not diet.
Epidemiological studies show a very strong correlation between short or disturbed sleep and obesity, diabetes, and cardiovascular disease. In fact, lack of adequate sleep has been associated with increased morbidity and mortality from all causes. This means that if you consistently don’t get enough sleep, you have a much higher risk of getting sick and/or dying. Period. Studies have also evaluated the role that sleep plays in healing from specific diseases, like breast cancer, and show that the less you sleep, the less likely you are to survive. Even more compelling, mechanistic studies explaining exactly how sleep, or lack thereof, affects our body at the cellular and molecular level are showing us exactly why sleep is so important for health. In fact, as our scientific understanding of exactly how sleep impacts health increases, the stronger the case is for sleep being the lynchpin of health.
Maybe even more compelling, when you’re getting enough quality sleep, your appetite regulates itself, cravings are diminished, stress management strategies are more effective, you’re more efficient (and happier!) during the day, your body recovers from activity better, your energy levels throughout the day are more constant, you feel more motivated and positive, weight tends to normalize (that means losing weight if you’re overweight and gaining weight if you’re underweight), and your immune system regulates itself. In other words, when you get enough sleep, you get way more out of all the other positive health changes you’re working on. And, all those other things you’re working on feel easier too!
Getting adequate sleep is absolutely critical to health. But, it can be challenging to adjust priorities to make it happen. And even when you do shift your routine to allow for more time in bed at night, that’s no guarantee that your body will cooperate. That’s where Go To Bed comes in: in it, I give you details about the biological mechanics behind sleep, then I share many of the effects that sleep has on the body, with particular focus on chronic illness, as well as how your diet and lifestyle choices influence sleep quality. And, Go To Bed is jampacked with strategies to help you get the quality sleep you need.
Quick Facts about the Go To Bed program:
- Over 280 pages packed with information, tips, tricks, and inspiration!
- The most comprehensive summary of the relationship between sleep and your health ever created.
- Every scientifically-validated tip and trick for improving your sleep.
- A variety of ways for tracking and evaluating your sleep so you can measure your progress!
- Learn how much sleep you actually need and how to get it!
- Improve your sleep in just 14 easy steps!
- 14-Day Sleep Challenge program: add one simple step each day of the challenge!
- Group challenges hosted monthly with dedicated Facebook and Instagram communities
- Optional daily emails for 14-Day Go To Bed Challenge
- Troubleshooting strategies for common sleep challenges
- Recharge your life with better sleep!
- Printer-friendly design
- Over 250 scientific references
- 20 pages of “printables”
Even More Details:
Check out the Table of Content for Go To Bed! You can easily see just how thorough this program is! Even better, as the program gets updated and expanded, after you purchase Go To Bed once, you will always be given free access to any new additions to and revisions/versions of the program. You can also download a PDF of the Go to Bed Table of Contents here or check out the image below!
Join a Group Challenge!
Go To Bed also contains the 14-Day Go To Bed Challenge. I’ve distilled the vast field of sleep science into 14 simple steps that you can take to improve your sleep. The challenge is designed not just to get you sleeping more and better, but also to work on positive health habit formation with an iterative implementation approach. Yes, that means that you add just one small change each day of your 14 day challenge with the idea that you’ll maintain your new sleep priorities once the challenge is complete.. And that also means that once this e-book is in your hands, you are just 14 days away from better sleep and better health!
While, you’re welcome to start the 14-Day Go To Bed Challenge any time, the Go To Bed Facebook and Instagram communities will be hosting group challenges every month. Join the group challenge once or re-up every month for FREE! That’s right, once Go To Bed is in your hands, there’s no limit to how many times you can participate in a group challenge! The next 14-Day Go To Bed Challenge will begin this Sunday, February 7th!
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The entire 288-page Go To Bed: 14 Easy Steps to Healthier Sleep program is only $19.99.
Comments from early adopters of Go To Bed
“I already feel more energetic, more patient, more focused, more productive, & in a better mood all day…. I have also noticed that I am less hungry throughout the day. I don’t even feel the need for my mid-morning or afternoon snacks anymore. I must finally be stabilizing my hormones! Whoo-hoo!” –Nan
“Last night I followed all the steps… my deep and REM sleep took up a much higher percentage of my night than the night before. I feel so much better today!” –Kei
“I’ve always been a night owl, and would stay up a couple hours after everyone else went to bed just to get some me time. Then be exhausted every day as a result. I now feel well-rested every day, and am ready for bed at bedtime!” –Dallas
Still Not Sure if Go To Bed is for YOU?
So, if this is how you feel in the morning, getting Go To Bed should be a no-brainer. But, even if your life isn’t fueled by a constant infusion of coffee, it’s important to understand that even being a getting a small amount less sleep than you need can cause major health issues. Insufficient sleep creates inflammation, increases susceptibility to infection, increases risk of chronic diseases like cardiovascular disease and cancer, wrecks your hunger hormones, causes insulin and leptin resistance, causes neurotransmitter imbalances and decreases cognitive function—and that’s just the beginning! Getting enough good quality sleep is absolutely critical for health!
Go To Bed is quite simply the best resource available to help you naturally support better sleep. Even better, being part of the Go To Bed Facebook and Instagram communities links you to other people putting sleep near the top of their priorities lists.
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