Eyes agape, you lie restless in the dark. Your overtired mind and the slumbering sound of your lover should be enough to lull you to sleep. Instead, you bore holes in the ceiling. Sometimes this lasts for hours – sometimes it wakes you in the night, but it always comes, like a faithful friend, and it keeps you from drifting.
Good news…you aren’t alone.
Restlessness is a growing epidemic, and based on statistics from the National Sleep Foundation, sleep eludes nearly 40 million Americans, but what’s even worse than a case of nighttime insomnia is how you feel come the morning, and the effects sleeplessness will have on your body long-term.