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Trying to get to sleep when you can’t sleep can be a viscious cycle. Losing sleep is bad enough, but feeling bad about it just makes things worse.

The stress and worry about how the loss of sleep will affect you the following day are enough to keep anyone awake at night. And how you feel about your sleep affects not only how you feel the next day, it can also begin to predict how you’ll sleep on nights to come.

The Sleep Well Plan is an online course that will show you how to break the cycle of disrupted sleep and beat insomnia. However badly you think you sleep, you can start to feel immediate benefits by following the guidance here. You can improve the quantity AND the quality of your sleep. If you are not satisfied within 30 days of purchase you can get your money back. That’s a promise you can sleep on!

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