For thousands of people in the United States alone, falling asleep and staying asleep is a huge problem. You wouldn’t think that something natural could be so challenging, but the National Institutes of Health estimates that “roughly 30 percent of the general population complains of sleep disruption, and approximately 10 percent have associated symptoms of daytime functional impairment consistent with the diagnosis of insomnia.”
That’s a lot of people who have trouble sleeping. However, it doesn’t have to be a chronic problem for many individuals. There are some simple, but genius, things you can do to help you fall asleep faster.
I was skeptical at first, but just trying a few of these changed everything.