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End your sleeplessness and fatigue now and get the sleep you crave. Learn quick easy tips to solve your sleep problem.

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Look at what Dr. Andrew Weil, America's famous and best-selling author on holistic health and well-known Integrative Medicine founder (who has been featured twice on the cover of Time Magazine) has to say about Sleep Secrets:

Sleep Secrets is the book you should read for good, practical information on how to get a good night’s sleep. Insomnia, sleep deprivation, snoring and sleep apnea — this comprehensive resource has it all.

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•Why you need to know about breakthrough sleep research, practices and techniques that can make a huge difference to your sleep problem.
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•How the many insightful natural health tips and supplements featured can get you off of sleeping pills and meds at last and leave you feeling alert and refreshed.
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•You wake up exhausted instead of refreshed.
•You have trouble sleeping, even when you are tired.
•You take more than 20 minutes to fall asleep or back to sleep if you awaken.
•You want to stop taking sleeping pills.
•You feel moody or depressed.
•You suffer from snoring or sleep apnea.
•Your sex life has suffered from lack of desire or energy.

Why wait to finally solve your sleep problems?
Sleep is your single most important health variable.

Discover How To Beat Insomnia and Snoring Once and For All...
•Are you fatigued, drowsy and have difficulty concentrating?
•Does your mind race like crazy, keeping you awake no matter how exhausted you are?
•Is lack of sleep affecting your work, your relationships and possibly your physical safety?

What sleep solutions will work for you?
Doctors, sleep experts and sleep research specialists offer their perspective on how to deal with sleep deprivation. However, there simply is no one-size-fits-all approach.

That’s the magic of Sleep Secrets. You will find what you need to turn your unique sleep problem around.

Author Ronald M Bazar has had decades of direct experience in natural and alternative health solutions as well as manufacturing & retailing good-sleep products. He is now an author of many books on natural health solutions. Sleep Secrets is the culmination of his research and insights.

In the author’s own words:
My research in those fields has aided me in my pursuit to find as many pieces as I could to the puzzle of insomnia.

What I realize from my research is that every one of us is unique and the problems that stand in our way of having a good night’s sleep are individual to each of us.

And that’s where my book, Sleep Secrets, displays its strength.

Sleep Secrets is a comprehensive, educational, and entertaining resource guide designed to help you find your unique sleep solutions and enjoy deep, restful, rejuvenating sleep at last.


Ronald M. Bazar was born in Montreal and educated at McGill and


Harvard Universities. He has over forty years of experience as a natural


health insider, both as an entrepreneur and as a business consultant.
In the early 1990s, he cowrote and published the kids’ workbook I Love Not Smoking!,which sold over a million books to health departments throughout Canada and the US.
He has published several books on prostate health, including the groundbreaking Healthy Prostate: The Extensive Guide to Prevent and Heal Prostate Problems.

A cofounder of the Trust for Sustainable Forestry, he runs a hobby


business in his spare time, making wood utensils and jewelry from the


famed Arbutus tree.

Product details

  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 7474 KB
  • Print Length: 282 pages
  • Page Numbers Source ISBN: 1517275776
  • Publisher: Ronald M. Bazar (6 Oct. 2015)

  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B0169M6APG
  • Text-to-Speech Enabled
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I'm reading it at the moment can't say it's wor
Chapter 1
Swallow three zopiclone tablets
Edited by: "mdekq007" 12th Jan
Must be a boring book
Thanks, Boz. Is there a chapter on sleep deprivation caused by a certain person streaming an endless supply of free Kindle books?
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Thanks Boz. 💤🛌
Thanks @Boz, finally a book that's supposed to send you to sleep
Another great find @Boz
Edited by: "Notanotherdeal" 12th Jan
Must be a boring book
If only these books had the real answer
Cheers Boz,
Sorry for the late reply.
Read the 1st chapter and only just woke up....Zzzzzz 😁
Edited by: "alwayslfc" 12th Jan
i don't have a problem falling asleep, my problem is getting up!

but the issue for me is that i have nightmares, so while i am asleep it is very stressful and frightening. i dream every single night, unlike most people, and the dreams are often frightening. i never seem to have nice dreams like some people. it is very rare for me to have a nice dream or just a normal dream where i am not frightened or worried out of my wits.
Heat again
Boz, got no time for sleeping. Gotta read those million books I've downloaded!!
mutley112/01/2020 18:21

i don't have a problem falling asleep, my problem is getting up! but …i don't have a problem falling asleep, my problem is getting up! but the issue for me is that i have nightmares, so while i am asleep it is very stressful and frightening. i dream every single night, unlike most people, and the dreams are often frightening. i never seem to have nice dreams like some people. it is very rare for me to have a nice dream or just a normal dream where i am not frightened or worried out of my wits.


Listen to YouTube for sleep hypnosis, thomas hall. He does rainfall or speaking for different issues. Bluetooth via a speaker whilst sleeping
Couldn’t get into this one fell asleep reading it
Edited by: "callmeleroy" 12th Jan
Chapter 1
Swallow three zopiclone tablets
Edited by: "mdekq007" 12th Jan
Thanks, Boz. Is there a chapter on sleep deprivation caused by a certain person streaming an endless supply of free Kindle books?
I know how: wake up early in the morning and work hard all day, outdoor if possible.
Sleep problems? ..... Simple solution..... Have 3 kids, I'm asleep before my head touches the pillow!
emmpeebee12/01/2020 19:32

Thanks, Boz. Is there a chapter on sleep deprivation caused by a certain …Thanks, Boz. Is there a chapter on sleep deprivation caused by a certain person streaming an endless supply of free Kindle books?





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Edited by: "Boz" 12th Jan
georgesvalch12/01/2020 19:33

I know how: wake up early in the morning and work hard all day, outdoor if …I know how: wake up early in the morning and work hard all day, outdoor if possible.



I know The Job

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Thanks for this. I did read that the easiest thing to do about sleep is not to worry about it (easier said than done when you don't sleep for over a year properly) but hopefully this will get a read or a skim sometime soon.
Zoea12/01/2020 20:26

Thanks for this. I did read that the easiest thing to do about sleep is …Thanks for this. I did read that the easiest thing to do about sleep is not to worry about it (easier said than done when you don't sleep for over a year properly) but hopefully this will get a read or a skim sometime soon.



Best Remedy I've ever found is to read a book at bedtime. Takes Your mind from other things and helps You to relax. Although I do seem to wake up some nights early hours but usually get back eventually.
I'm reading it at the moment can't say it's wor
Couldn't get to sleep was reading
Try half a bottle of vodka. That should do the trick
If I cant sleep it is because my mind is racing and I find that listening to chapter or two of an audiobook helps to calm it down.
mutley112/01/2020 18:21

i don't have a problem falling asleep, my problem is getting up! but …i don't have a problem falling asleep, my problem is getting up! but the issue for me is that i have nightmares, so while i am asleep it is very stressful and frightening. i dream every single night, unlike most people, and the dreams are often frightening. i never seem to have nice dreams like some people. it is very rare for me to have a nice dream or just a normal dream where i am not frightened or worried out of my wits.


I'd say spend more time thinking and doing things you enjoy. It's all in your head. You create the dream. You'll see change in 3 months keep doing things you enjoy. Observe what you see, hear, think, say and feel. Write it all in a diary then you'll be able to see why it's happening...and hopefully change something. When you know you are dreaming... that's when you fly
leegp7912/01/2020 23:00

Try half a bottle of vodka. That should do the trick


Whiskey for me
scowie13/01/2020 00:41

If I cant sleep it is because my mind is racing and I find that listening …If I cant sleep it is because my mind is racing and I find that listening to chapter or two of an audiobook helps to calm it down.


Yes reading or listening to a story definitely works for me. Just need to relax into a book it really helps promote a good sleep night.
mutley112/01/2020 18:21

i don't have a problem falling asleep, my problem is getting up! but …i don't have a problem falling asleep, my problem is getting up! but the issue for me is that i have nightmares, so while i am asleep it is very stressful and frightening. i dream every single night, unlike most people, and the dreams are often frightening. i never seem to have nice dreams like some people. it is very rare for me to have a nice dream or just a normal dream where i am not frightened or worried out of my wits.


mrsj200812/01/2020 18:57

Listen to YouTube for sleep hypnosis, thomas hall. He does rainfall or …Listen to YouTube for sleep hypnosis, thomas hall. He does rainfall or speaking for different issues. Bluetooth via a speaker whilst sleeping


i can not sleep unless there is absolute silence and there is lighting in the room.
alan14313/01/2020 06:50

I'd say spend more time thinking and doing things you enjoy. It's all in …I'd say spend more time thinking and doing things you enjoy. It's all in your head. You create the dream. You'll see change in 3 months keep doing things you enjoy. Observe what you see, hear, think, say and feel. Write it all in a diary then you'll be able to see why it's happening...and hopefully change something. When you know you are dreaming... that's when you fly


i have had a problem with sleep since i was a child and unlike other children who stops having nightmares when they grow up, i haven't grown out of it. i dream every night and the nightmares distress are of varying levels, some are really really frightening and i am panicking but others are worries where i am worried in the dream and stressed out.

my dream last night was a frightening one, where i was panicking but not to the degree where i am fearing for my life, which is the worst ones of all.

i have tried to analyse why i have the nightmares and they are caused when i am frightened about something in the day time so for example, if i watch a scary movie before i go to bed, then this will cause a serious scare when i am asleep. if i am worried or concerned about something during the day, then again the nightmares tend to be worst at night. for this reason, i never watch scary movies late at night before i go to bed.

i have also learnt to control my nightmares during the dreaming itself to some degree but this only happens when i think i am going to die in the dream. i have learnt to change the events in the dream or to recognise it is a dream and wake myself up.

i have never been too concerned about having nightmares as i have lived it with it since i was young, the fear disappears as soon as i wake up. unfortunately i also have nightmares even when i am not stressed during the day so it is not caused simply by stress and worry, they just make the nightmares worst.
mutley113/01/2020 11:43

i have had a problem with sleep since i was a child and unlike other …i have had a problem with sleep since i was a child and unlike other children who stops having nightmares when they grow up, i haven't grown out of it. i dream every night and the nightmares distress are of varying levels, some are really really frightening and i am panicking but others are worries where i am worried in the dream and stressed out.my dream last night was a frightening one, where i was panicking but not to the degree where i am fearing for my life, which is the worst ones of all.i have tried to analyse why i have the nightmares and they are caused when i am frightened about something in the day time so for example, if i watch a scary movie before i go to bed, then this will cause a serious scare when i am asleep. if i am worried or concerned about something during the day, then again the nightmares tend to be worst at night. for this reason, i never watch scary movies late at night before i go to bed.i have also learnt to control my nightmares during the dreaming itself to some degree but this only happens when i think i am going to die in the dream. i have learnt to change the events in the dream or to recognise it is a dream and wake myself up.i have never been too concerned about having nightmares as i have lived it with it since i was young, the fear disappears as soon as i wake up. unfortunately i also have nightmares even when i am not stressed during the day so it is not caused simply by stress and worry, they just make the nightmares worst.


Sorry to read this I hope your situation improves.
Boz13/01/2020 12:00

Sorry to read this I hope your situation improves.


until you posted this thread, i have never really thought about the nightmares as i have always had them, so to me, they were part of life whilst i am asleep. it never really concerned me that i seem to have nightmares while other people don't suffer from them. i have become blaze about it while i am awake.

and although i often fear for my life during sleep, it doesn't seem to worry me that when i fall asleep i am going to fear for my life again, otherwise i would have trouble falling asleep.

i read up on adults suffering from nightmares and it seems to indicate health conditions so i may go and see my GP, but my nightmares have been there since i was a child, i don't think it is caused by a medical condition that i have developed.
mutley113/01/2020 12:13

until you posted this thread, i have never really thought about the …until you posted this thread, i have never really thought about the nightmares as i have always had them, so to me, they were part of life whilst i am asleep. it never really concerned me that i seem to have nightmares while other people don't suffer from them. i have become blaze about it while i am awake. and although i often fear for my life during sleep, it doesn't seem to worry me that when i fall asleep i am going to fear for my life again, otherwise i would have trouble falling asleep.i read up on adults suffering from nightmares and it seems to indicate health conditions so i may go and see my GP, but my nightmares have been there since i was a child, i don't think it is caused by a medical condition that i have developed.


I certainly can associate bad digestion triggers mine but thankfully they are rare. It's a strange phenomenon both dreams and nightmares. I guess some analyst somewhere would be able to work out the dream. I often Google mine but you can get a right mixed bag of interpretations.
I just set my alarm for 6:30 am on a weekday, then when it goes off I silence it and I'm out like a light. 100% effective.
Boz13/01/2020 12:41

I certainly can associate bad digestion triggers mine but thankfully they …I certainly can associate bad digestion triggers mine but thankfully they are rare. It's a strange phenomenon both dreams and nightmares. I guess some analyst somewhere would be able to work out the dream. I often Google mine but you can get a right mixed bag of interpretations.


dreams are often related to events or what you are thinking during the day or a few days ago, but they are very loosely based on it. the story line is based on those events but the brain makes up its own movie out of that story line. in an odd way, my dreams can be very entertaining when i wake up and no longer fear the events. then i recollect the dream and go over it like watching a movie, except it is better as i have participated in it may be this is why i am not distressed about them when i am awake.
The nightmares make me wonder if you have something called retained responses. Its something that should have dissappeared as a child but some children and adults still have them. If it is rr its a neurological thing that is just a few simple exercises to eradicate them. Im no professional but you can ask your gp to refer you to occupational therapy. Good luck and hope you get some pleasant sleep
Edited by: "mrsj2008" 13th Jan
mutley113/01/2020 12:51

dreams are often related to events or what you are thinking during the day …dreams are often related to events or what you are thinking during the day or a few days ago, but they are very loosely based on it. the story line is based on those events but the brain makes up its own movie out of that story line. in an odd way, my dreams can be very entertaining when i wake up and no longer fear the events. then i recollect the dream and go over it like watching a movie, except it is better as i have participated in it may be this is why i am not distressed about them when i am awake.


Read your posts with great interest, I am often the opposite, waking up anxious at times with zero memory of the dream or what I am thinking.

However, it all stems from our brain activity when conscious, so I would maybe think about some entry level therapy or cognitive behavioural therapy if I were you. Try and have better days, the nights will follow.

All the best.
mutley113/01/2020 12:13

until you posted this thread, i have never really thought about the …until you posted this thread, i have never really thought about the nightmares as i have always had them, so to me, they were part of life whilst i am asleep. it never really concerned me that i seem to have nightmares while other people don't suffer from them. i have become blaze about it while i am awake. and although i often fear for my life during sleep, it doesn't seem to worry me that when i fall asleep i am going to fear for my life again, otherwise i would have trouble falling asleep.i read up on adults suffering from nightmares and it seems to indicate health conditions so i may go and see my GP, but my nightmares have been there since i was a child, i don't think it is caused by a medical condition that i have developed.


Sounds like you had something bad happened to you when you was younger May be someone scared you.

Me i never really get bad dreams most dream i have i wake up the next morning and forgot about them.
I do remember one bad dream i was in the war and got shot and it was so real when i woke up the wife said my face went all red when i was dreaming but apart from that i can't remember most dreams which ain't a bad thing.
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