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    Maura FitzGerald
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    I appreciate having this opportunity to write about my sleep success.

    I am happy to declare that my sleep continues to be very good.

    I’ve continued to keep a sleep diary because it helps me to stay on track and allows me to see my sleep history. This is especially important when I get into a bad patch.

    I am in week 38 of using Martin’s Insomniacoach and am sleeping regularly between 6.5 and 7.5 hours a night. I try to be strict with myself as far as turning out my light at the same time each night and getting up at the same time each morning is concerned.

    Another thing I find important in my sleep hygiene is getting out for a walk or run in the early morning light. (I am naturally a morning person, so this might be easier for me than a night owl). Of course being human I slip off my sleep wagon sometimes and linger in bed longer than my get up time. I’ve noticed that, if I do this for a few consecutive mornings, that I begin to have difficulty feeling sleepy at my turn out the light time and cannot fall asleep as soon as I like to. So, I redetermine to get up at least within 15 minutes of when my alarm goes off. There is such pleasure in that snooze button.

    I reiterate that this program REALLY WORKS. One must, however, be willing and able to follow the guidelines. When I began this program, it was very difficult to follow the program guidelines. But, it gets easier. TAKE EACH NIGHT AT A TIME.




    That’s fantastic news and thanks for providing such great insight for everyone!

    Scott J

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