Sleep with less pain…Tonight

Posted on August 6, 2012

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Sleep With Less Pain…Tonight

Do you have trouble sleeping through the night due to joint pain? Or do you ever wake up in the morning with some of your joints yelling at you?

Maybe you are…

Tired of waking up with a tight and stiff neck?

Tired of waking up multiple times in the middle of the night because your shoulder is yelling at you?

Tired of waking up with your lower back aching?

Tired of your knees being in pain when laying down?

Tired of your hip pain keeping you from getting a full nights sleep?

Tired of waking up and having to walk gingerly? All the while having to wait until mid-day before your feet feel better?

Then this book will help you.

This book will help relieve your frustration with not sleeping, it will decrease your pain, it will alleviate how much Advil you need every night, it will make it so you can wake up and not think for five minutes about the pain that’s going to happen as soon as you get out of bed.

You won’t need to scour stores looking for some fancy ass pillows either.

It will help you understand why your joints are hurting you during what is supposed to be the most relaxing part of the day (sleeping). And most importantly, it will provide you with the most pertinent information: How to sleep in a position that allows you to actually sleep and not wake up like an arthritic zombie.

Instead of waking up and saying, “I think I slept wrong” you can wake up and know WHY you slept wrong. WHY you’re in pain, and how to PREVENT that pain next time.

The goal of this straight to the point, very easy to read book, is one thing: To be able to get through a night’s sleep without your joints screaming at you.

You don’t need more sleeping pills, more pain pills, a tempurpedic mattress, or some other space age sleeping nonsense.

Imagine laying in bed, one of your joints is bothering you, and actually knowing how to maneuver yourself so that joint feels better -immediately.

Instead of dreading going to bed, agonizing over another crappy night of sleep, waking up feeling like crap, and then being pissed off all day….

You could go to bed with some peace of mind knowing what position(s) you shouldn’t be sleeping in, sleep better because you’re in a friendlier position to your painful joint(s), wake up feeling decent, and then not be a scrooge all day.

How much better would things be if you could sleep better tonight? Or for the next week? How much peace of mind would it give you knowing how to sleep in a joint friendly position for the rest of your life?

Here are some examples of people getting rid of their pain, with sleep always being a huge part of why:

After the first two weeks I was amazed at how good I felt. You know, I never realized how used to being in pain I had become. It took feeling good for me to realize how crappy I had been feeling for so long. I was so limited in what I could do. I can now swing my legs out of bed in the morning and not worry about it. This past week I went fishing and I love to go after the bigger ones. Normally I have to stop after each fish or so and take a break. This last time I could just keep fishing and fishing. It was great.”

Bob Bourgeios

I used to wake up 20-25 times a night because of my shoulder pain. Now I wake up maybe 1 time a night. And that’s because I’m thinking too much.”

Jacque Joslyn

“The book has been pretty informative and I have taken up some of the suggestions (like [redacted]). I never had pain but notice that my my back needs much less warmup time now (I can kind of pop up and go in the morning and no longer need to foam roll before my morning workout). It is an odd feeling when stiffness you are so accustomed to is suddenly gone.

My wife (side sleeper) has been sleeping with a [redacted]. She says her back has been hurting less as well.”

-Matt R.

Matt Sleep Testimonial

Matt Sleep Testimonial (Wife)

“My knees were to the point where I needed a cane to walk around for 6 months. I tried all kinds of things, including physical therapy, which was a joke. They spend more time bullshitting on the phone than actually watching you. It’s been over a year now since I’ve really had any knee issues. Thank you.”                                           

 Art Wallace

“After my car accident I was in chronic lower back pain for a year and a half. You did more for my lower back in 4 weeks than 4 months of physical therapy did. “

Montana P

Sleep shoulder pain

To answer your question as to how I feel after switching my sleeping position: amazing.  I have been training myself to not roll over, which is not too big of a deal.  Overall, I have woken up rested every morning, which is fantastic. What a difference!

Jeremy V.

Rather than shell out who knows how much money for prescription sleep pills, pain pills, $500 pillows, $2000 mattresses, you can spend $12 for a simple ebook and understand why you are in pain and get rid of it.

It’s not that you need a specially made mattress to fit your “unique” spine, it’s not that you need surgery, it’s not that you need a memory foam pillow…

In fact, if some space age mattress was needed, why do most people who throw out their back prefer laying down on the floor? The hard, cold, floor!

It’s the position you’re sleeping in. This is what needs to change.

All of these other things are just guesses –random dart throws- hoping you randomly come across something that makes you feel better.

It’s not rocket science. Learning these concepts takes a few minutes at most. This book is more pictures of “Do this, not that” than it is reading. There’s likely more pictures in this book than in a 5 year old’s bed time story.

The joints covered are as follows:

-The neck

-Shoulder

-Lower back

-Knee

-Hip

-Foot/ankle

So for example, if you are a person with rotator cuff issues, spinal stenosis, herniated disc, plantar fasciitis, etc. this will help put you in a healthier position while sleeping.

Each joint is its own chapter and consists of:

-The common cause of pain for that joint

-Based off the common cause, what are the common mistakes people make when sleeping that are exacerbating their symptoms? In other words, what do we need to avoid?

-Next is Getting Rid of Pain

-1-2 exercises to perform before bed to help alleviate symptoms. (This will take a maximum of a few minutes before bed.)

-How to adjust yourself if you are sleeping on your back

-How to adjust yourself when sleeping on your side

-How to adjust yourself to alleviate pain when sleeping on your stomach

-A ranking of which positions are best to sleep in

The book is a PDF that is very much in the tone of “Do This, Not That” with pictures being used over and over again to illustrate each point.

Each chapter takes a max of 10-15 minutes to read and understand.

You can download it immediately, read it in a few minutes, and you’ll understand how to adjust your sleeping position to alleviate your pain, tonight.

Again, this is NOT some heavy anatomy talk that will take deep comprehension. It is a very to the point/how to manual.

There are no pills, cortisone shots, or 100 dollar fancy ass pillows required. All that is required is a basic understanding of what positions are friendlier to your joints when sleeping than others. Apply these positions and be in less pain. Done.

If you get it and feel like it didn’t help you, just email me at b-reddy@hotmail.com and I’ll refund you immediately.

You can get the book for 12 dollars here : Add to Cart

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