You will notice I have not included any sleep hacks, and I will not discuss those. They are not helpful for most people. Many people have trouble with insomnia.
The sleep hacks I will discuss have been tested and are very effective, though they don't cure insomnia. If you want to learn more about the products, then I highly recommend the following books: This is my review of all the products, and also includes some comments from others. 1. Sleep Well Through a Bad Night's Sleep: How to Create a Night of Contentment, and Get Better Resting Sleep, by Paul J. Buechner, Robert C. Naiman, and Joseph S. Pizzarelli. Here are the facts: It's true. The good sleepers have much better restorative sleep than those of us who are not so fortunate. Sleep is a form of the body's naturally occurring sleep. In a nutshell, the body makes and breaks down sleep as a function of its own natural processes. It does this through a variety of chemicals that act on and regulate the function of the various cells in the body. As you can see, there is more than a hint of a correlation between how much you sleep and how much your body produces.