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- April 11, 2021 at 7:40 am #40730
Eric Myers✓ Client
It’s been over four months now since I graduated from the course. Things are going very well. Occasionally I’ll have an off night, but overall my sleep has been very good. Not really worried about it at this point. If I run into any trouble, I know how to handle it. I hope you’re all doing well.April 12, 2021 at 3:19 am #40743
Outstanding news, thanks for sharing!
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Tlusebrink✘ Not a client
Great news Eric! I’ve just recently started experiencing serious issues with sleep (~3 weeks now with anxiety related insomnia). Curious how long it took you to get back on track? What were your initial thoughts going into the course, was it hard for you to quiet your mind initially, etc.?April 12, 2021 at 12:01 pm #40753
Eric Myers✓ Client
Hi Tlusebrink. When I started the course last fall, I had major sleep anxiety. My Doctor put me on medication, but that only helped temporarily. I think things really started to click around the third week. For me it wasn’t so much about quieting my mind. It was more about learning to build sleep drive, consolidating my sleep (leading to more deep sleep) and sleep reconditioning. Teaching my brain to associate the bed with sleep and not restlessness. I also learned to lighten up and not take things to seriously.