Having trouble falling asleep? Haven’t been able to have a decent, 8 hour straight sleep? You know you are tired, your eye lids are heavy, but when you close your eyes and lying on your bed, you just feel there is so much stuff spinning and racing in your head; after the clock hits 1am, 2am, 3am, you are still wondering when you can fall asleep.
Luckily, and surprisingly to most people, just by readjusting your breathing habit, you will be able to fall asleep much easier. You don’t need to take sleeping pills; in as short as 2 hours, this course will teach you how to readjust your breathing habit so you can easily too enjoy a natural, healthy sleep.
Deb, who had been having on average 3-4 hours of sleep per night for the past year before we met. The next day after our first session, she texted me that she was surprised that she got 7 hours of sleep that evening!
“For a long time, I had been having a difficult time to sleep. I used wake up constantly to drink water and go to the washroom. I felt that my throat was always dry. Howard spent one session to assist me to develop a breathing habit. During the session, I was taught how to focus on my breathing. Surprisingly, breathing requires some techniques, such as the amount of air intake and the speed of air inhaled. I was also shocked to discover that I had not been breathing correctly until my first session. After the session, I practiced those breathing techniques before I go to bed. Day after day, my throat does not feel as dry at night anymore. I barely drink any water at night. As a result, I have been able to get a good night sleep. I was amazed that a small change in my breathing habit can have such a big impact on my sleep.” ~Deb, from Vancouver