How magical would it be to have a continuous, deep sleep in the comfort of your own bed after a long day of work and responsibilities? If you're reading this and thinking, "Well, of course, that's normal!" then read no further. You're one of the lucky ones. However, you would also be the exception to most to experience periods of interrupted sleep, insomnia, or whom have simply been light sleepers their entire lives.
Unfortunately, many of us suffer from some degree of insomnia that interrupts and deprives us of our total hours of sleep. And that, of course, exerts more stress on us during the day with negative effects on our health. Lack of quality sleep over time causes health disturbances such as anxiety, depression and lessened cognitive abilities, resulting in being unable to concentrate and be productive.