Overcoming Stress-Related Insomnia Military Version

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The most common cause of insomnia is stress. Learning how to deal with stress is the key to a good night’s sleep. In Part I of this audio, you’ll learn how to identify the root causes of your stress-related insomnia and you’ll learn over twenty useful tips for over-coming it. After that, (in Part II) it’s lights out as you listen to 25 minutes of soothing narration (mixed with even more soothing music) designed to relax every last muscle, release every last bit of tension and vanquish every last worrisome thought. Insomnia can make you sick, depressed, anxious, and rob you of your ability to solve problems creatively. Don’t let insomnia rule your life. Within minutes of putting on this audio, you’ll be on your way to a better night’s sleep and brighter and more vigorous tomorrow.

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The most common cause of insomnia is stress. Learning how to deal with stress is the key to a good night’s sleep. In Part I of this audio, you’ll learn how to identify the root causes of your stress-related insomnia and you’ll learn over twenty useful tips for over-coming it. After that, (in Part II) it’s lights out as you listen to 25 minutes of soothing narration (mixed with even more soothing music) designed to relax every last muscle, release every last bit of tension and vanquish every last worrisome thought. Insomnia can make you sick, depressed, anxious, and rob you of your ability to solve problems creatively. Don’t let insomnia rule your life. Within minutes of putting on this audio, you’ll be on your way to a better night’s sleep and brighter and more vigorous tomorrow.

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