Sleep Disorders, Sleep Apnoea, Insomnia, Snoring, Sleep Paralysis, Narcolepsy, Etc testimonials

Improved my sleep tremendously

I was having trouble falling asleep, and was open to ways that could hep that did not involve drugs.

Occasionally I took a melatonin / passionflower or herbal combination to fall asleep. But over time, it was helping less often.

So when I found IBT, I was only getting about 3 decent sleeps a month, leaving me exhausted and frustrated.

Someone in a podcast interview mentioned sleeping on an inclined bed and I was intrigued. So in less than an hour, I took two bricks from my garden, and put them under the legs at the head of my (metal) bed.

I spent a few weeks sleeping with the two bricks -- so that's about 4.5 inches raised in a queen bed. Then I added another brick, which took me up to 6.75 inches, where I've stayed.

From the very first night, I fell asleep easily. It felt so natural and was such a relief, I felt like crying! I also feel more refreshed in the morning.

For two months straight -- I needed no help to fall asleep. I've only taken melatonin once since then -- that was when I was not in my own bed, and had a very busy day and a long drive earlier.

I bought bed risers for $15 so I could take them to a cottage I rented this summer -- made a world of difference -- slept great.

I didn't document this, but I think that some spider veins on the side of my calves are receding a bit. I'll keep an eye on them.

Today as I write, I'm  recovering from minor foot surgery. There was some numbness by the surgical scar yesterday (two days along), and I noticed that the numbness disappeared overnight.

I cannot prove it, but I do think that sleeping inlclined has helped.

Thank you Andrew for your tireless efforts to get the word about sleeping inclined. I've told a number of people, not sure who's doing it.

It's simple, free... why not try it??

Karen
Toronto
Ontario
CA
Posted Date : 10-08-2019