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Are you tossing and turning night after night, unable to find the restful sleep you desperately need? Everyone has those nights…but are they becoming more chronic for you? 

Have those sleepless nights gone from once or twice a month to almost every night for months? Sure, you can get through the day with energy drinks and maybe a little help with substances to knock out for an hour or two. 

But chronic insomnia and persistent sleep disorders aren’t an inconvenience.

Insomnia is more than just a few restless nights; it’s a serious health concern that can impact every aspect of your well-being. 

Chronic Insomnia Leads To Health Risks!

There are some insomnia symptoms you probably are aware of:

Cognitive Decline. Insomnia can impair memory, concentration, and problem-solving abilities. Over time, it may contribute to cognitive decline because your brain needs deep sleep to perform a “cleansing” that washes out free radicals and plaque build up.

Increased Irritability. The “little things” start to bother you more. People start to bother you more. Even you start to bother you more!

But chronic insomnia and persistent sleep  problems can lead to even more long term health risks:

Chronic Fatigue. Insomnia leads to constant fatigue, impairing your daily performance,  decision-making, and even your ability to drive safely. It’s not just about feeling tired; it can impact every aspect of your life since your bodily functions aren’t getting the recovery and repair associated with quality sleep.


Mental Health Concerns. Studies have linked insomnia to an increased risk of anxiety and depression. Lack of sleep can exacerbate existing mental health issues and create new ones. Recent, peer-reviewed studies indicate that being awake and alone after midnight can increase negative emotional thinking!

Weakened Immunity. Quality sleep is essential for a robust immune system because this is when your body strengthens T-cells. Insomnia weakens your body’s defenses, making you more susceptible to illnesses. 

Heart Health. Long-term insomnia is associated with an elevated risk of cardiovascular problems, including hypertension and heart disease.

Unhealthy Weight Gain. Poor sleep disrupts the balance of hormones that regulate appetite, often leading to weight gain and obesity.

The good news is that there are effective strategies to overcome insomnia and reclaim your health and vitality. Learn my strategies, crafted from evidence-based practices and practical experience, to sleep better and be the “you” that you want to be every day! 

I invite you to join my email list, where you’ll receive invaluable insights, evidence-based techniques, and actionable tips to conquer insomnia on your own terms.

Why Join My  Email List?

Expert Guidance:  I understand insomnia, not just as a certified sleep science coach, but as someone who spent two decades battling insomnia, sleep anxiety, midnight panic attacks, and sleep paralysis!  

But since 2016, I’ve gained control over my sleep problems. I don’t need any medications!

I wake up without an alarm clock. I go to bed and fall asleep within 15 minutes and hardly have any interruptions. Benefit from my years of experience fighting various disorders along the way to becoming a certified coach.

You can read about my story here.

Holistic, Strength Based Advice: My approach to battling insomnia and sleep disorders is holistic. There’s no singular solution that goes beyond a quick fix, but your sleep solution often exists in these domains-these four domains contribute to improving your sleep and fighting insomnia.Nutrition, Body, Bedroom, and Mindspace. My emails offer easy to understand advice based in these domains.

It’s the same, working advice I give my one-on-one clients!

Get a Free Guide. Sign up and you’ll learn how to fight sleep disorders by going back to the start.  When you sign up, you get my guide, “Sleep 101: How Sleep Is Supposed To Work”, completely FREE.

I wrote this guide to explain how our bodies are designed for sleep, when the sleep cycle starts (hint: it’s not at bedtime!), and what biological operations are involved. When you’re done with this guide, you’ll be steps ahead in your sleep journey!

Don’t let insomnia compromise your health any longer. Take the first step towards a life of rejuvenating sleep and being fully present for not just others but, more importantly, YOURSELF. 

The good news is that, despite all your sleep challenges, you’re still here to talk about them and take action. You’ve got the strength and ability to improve your sleep!

Sign up for our email list today!

Paul Bright 

Certified Sleep Science Coach