How I Learned to Fall Asleep in Under 1 Minute

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How I Learned to Fall Asleep in Under 1 Minute

Alina Gonzalez

 by ALINA GONZALEZ

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3 thoughts on “How I Learned to Fall Asleep in Under 1 Minute

    awax1217 said:
    April 3, 2016 at 12:01

    I dream a lot and wonder if there is a meaning to my mind as I drift in the bosom of sleep.

    Bufferkiller said:
    April 5, 2016 at 17:37

    Reblogged this on The Art of Failing Tastefully and commented:
    I’ve been using this for the last two nights, and it actually fucking works. Takes me longer than a minute, but as someone that has suffered severe insomnia my entire life, being able to fall asleep in 15 to 20 minutes is amazing. Not only that, but I think the breathing carries over into my sleep for a while, because I have awoken feeling more refreshed than I have in years. I slept for 4 hours the first night about about 5 last night, and I feel like I slept for days. Waking up bright-eyed and ready for the day.

    Who knew all of the money I wasted on doctors and medications could have been avoided if I’d just been shown how to breath properly.

      Bufferkiller said:
      May 13, 2016 at 20:34

      I’ve been using this nightly for over a month now, and my sleep quality and overall attitude has improved SO MUCH. Thank you so much for turning me onto this simple technique. It has literally been life-changing for me.

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