Primal Sleep System is going to teach you how to channel your inner caveman so you can finally get the quality sleep you need. A lot of people think their fatigue and exhaustion is linked to a lack of sleep but more times than not, they’re simply not getting quality sleep. You can get 10 hours of zzz’s but if it isn’t quality sleep, you’re never going to feel rested and restored.
This is important because when you aren’t entering the deep levels of restorative sleep, you aren’t functioning properly during the day. You’re likely making mistakes at work, your moods are all over the place, you’re napping your life away, and ultimately, not living life to its fullest. Instead, you’re sleeping your life away. As someone who never feels rested and sleeps around 16 hours a night, having the option to treat the problem naturally captured my attention right away and thank god it did!
- 1 About the Primal Sleep System
- 2 About the Author of Primal Sleep System
- 3 Overview of the Primal Sleep System
- 4 Verdict
About the Primal Sleep System
A trip to the doctors about your sleep problems will almost always result in a prescription. It’s unfortunate that the world has come to a place in time where everything is treated with prescription drugs. Not only are these exceptionally harmful for your body, but they’re also expensive. I’m also a firm believer in drugs only masking the problem instead of treating it. Fortunately, Primal Sleep System is on the same page.
This online program can be accessed as soon as you make the purchase. So, you don’t have to be exhausted or fatigued any longer. You can download the written manual and the audio files right onto your device, whether it’s a laptop, tablet, desktop or smartphone. I chose to put the audio files on my smartphone so I have them before bed and the manual on my desktop. However, the decision is entirely up to you.
Now, for the foundation of the Primal Sleep System, it’s based on quality sleep – not the amount of sleep. Although, the amount of sleep does play a bit of a role, which you’ll learn about later on, it’s more so about making the necessary changes in your life to eliminate the things that are causing you to have poor sleeping patterns.
You also learn how damaging poor sleep is to your health and the internal workings of the body, which is quite shocking. It’s easy to assume sleep affects your mind but it goes far beyond that. Of course, you learn exactly what to do to eliminate the harm and increase your sleep, which ultimately transfers into an increase in your health overall.
About the Author of Primal Sleep System
If you’ve never heard of PaleoHacks before, you must live under a rock. It’s one of the most popular online websites that teach people how to live like a caveman. It’s all about eliminating the toxins, chemicals, preservatives, pre-made packages, and harmful materials from your life. Why? Because they’re ruining your life.
So, it’s no surprise that PaleoHacks is behind the creation of this program. David Sinick is highly respected as being the ultimate resource for natural, primal living and the Primal Sleep System is only one of his several successful programs.
Overview of the Primal Sleep System
The Primal Sleep System has several portions, all of which you receive online. You receive the core manual plus four additional audio files which are all designed to do something different. For example, one is for primal sleep, another for nature mind, another for deep dreams and a bonus one for stress release. While these are crucial to the program, it’s the information found in the core manual that really sets the bar. To give you a better understanding of what you receive from the system, here are some of my favorite things I found throughout the chapters of Primal Sleep System.
The Six Steps
Here are the six steps you’ll follow to improve your sleep. Each is thoroughly explained in this chapter and you’re provided with clear instructions on how to execute each. So, listen up!
- STEP 1: Let Your Body Know It’s Time for Bed
- STEP 2: Isolate the Bedroom for Sleep
- STEP 3: Do Not Lie Awake for More than 30 Minutes
- STEP 4: Wake up at the Same Time Each Day
- STEP 5: Do Not Look at the Time STEP 6: Do Not Obsess Over Sleep
Aligning Your Sleep with Mother Nature
“The reality is that the large majority of people who have trouble sleeping do not have a sleep problem linked to illness or specific dysfunction of the brain. The problem is usually a result of a lifestyle that is essentially anti-sleep. “
Stress and Sleep
“The majority of people have experienced those crazy, spiraling thought processes that occur as soon as we close our eyes to sleep. When these thoughts are positive and happy, it promotes deep relaxation, which means we usually fall asleep quite quickly. “
Sleeping Before a Big Occasion
“If you accept that you will have a positive day regardless of how well you sleep, you are far more likely to end up getting the sleep you desire. On the other hand, if you sit around worrying that lack of sleep will end up spoiling your day, you are less likely to sleep well, and will also have the emotional drain of worry to cope with.”
“While an afternoon nap can be a pleasurable experience that provides an energy boost for the remainder of the day, if your nighttime sleep is of poor quality, napping will only serve to further disrupt your sleep-wake cycle.”
Sharing a Bed
The solutions here are amazing! “There’s absolutely nothing wrong with wanting space to yourself to get the sleep you need, so don’t worry about what others will think if you and your partner decide that having separate beds is a positive solution for improving your sleep.”
Smoking and Sleep
“Smoking a cigarette before bed does not aid sleep in any way; it simply provides the body with enough nicotine to maintain the addiction while you sleep. Then, when you become depleted of nicotine during the night, you are likely to wake up in the middle of a sleep cycle. “
Alcohol and Sleep
“While alcohol increases non-REM sleep (deep sleep), it reduces REM sleep during early sleep cycles.”
Air Travel and Sleep
“Expose yourself to daylight as soon as you wake up, and try not to nap during the day. If you are staying for just a couple of days, you can try remaining on your home country’s time zone. However, if you’re staying for more than four days, you should try to adjust your body clock to the new time zone. “
Although I only provided a couple sentences found in each chapter, it’s the solutions provided with each that really define the quality of Primal Sleep System. So, it’s time to change your life by doing nothing more than switching up a couple of habits and lifestyle choices. If you prefer to be exhausted, you can opt for the 60 Day Money Back Guarantee. But after that first night of quality rest, you’ll be hooked.