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Main eBook:”Healthy Sleep Habits: Daily Fitness, Diet & Lifestyle Tips for a Great Night’s Sleep”

(4,491 words, 23 pages, 9 images)

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Table of Contents for the Sleep Health Better Sleep PLR eBook:

Introduction………………………………………………………………………….. 3

How Your Sleep Impacts Your Health and Well-Being………….. 4

Stress……………………………………………………………………………………………………. 4

Immune system………………………………………………………………………………….. 5

Energy levels………………………………………………………………………………………. 5

Hunger and weight gain……………………………………………………………………. 5

Mood…………………………………………………………………………………………………….. 5

Cognition, clarity, and focus…………………………………………………………….. 6

Long term health………………………………………………………………………………… 6

How Much Sleep is Enough?………………………………………………….. 7

4 Myths About Sleep………………………………………………………………. 9

You Can Catch Up on Sleep – Myth!…………………………………………………. 9

You Don’t Need as Much Sleep as You Get Older – Myth!…………….. 9

Your Brain Rests While You Sleep – Myth!…………………………………….. 9

If You’re Sleepy During the Day, it Means You’re Not Getting Enough Sleep – Maybe True……………………………………………………………… 9

27 Tips for Improving your Sleep……………………………………….. 11

Creating a Good Sleep Environment…………………………………………….. 11

Before You Go to Bed………………………………………………………………………. 14

Exercise……………………………………………………………………………………………… 15

Diet/Nutrition………………………………………………………………………………….. 17

Mindset and Lifestyle……………………………………………………………………… 18

What About Supplements?…………………………………………………………….. 20

Conclusion – Creating Your Better Sleep Plan…………………….. 22

#1 Choose Your Positive Lifestyle Change…………………………………… 22

#2 Set the Stage………………………………………………………………………………… 22

#3 Start A Sleep Journal………………………………………………………………….. 22

#4 Consider a Tracking Device……………………………………………………… 23

#5 Assess Your Results…………………………………………………………………… 23

 

Sample Content for Sleep Health Better Sleep PLR eBook:

Introduction

Sleep. If you’re like many people, you have a love/hate relationship with this life-sustaining necessity. You probably love to sleep. Who doesn’t like to climb into their bed, snuggle in, and get some quality Z’s? However, if you struggle to fall asleep, stay asleep, or you just don’t feel like you’re getting quality sleep, then sleep can feel stressful.

Take a deep breath.

Sometimes all it takes to improve your relationship with sleep, and your quality of sleep, is a bit of awareness and some proven tips. In this report we’re going to offer a wide variety of tips – ranging from what to eat before bedtime to what type of exercise works best for quality sleep.

As you read the report, consider writing down a few of the tips that you want to put into practice today. Yes, you can start improving your sleep today. Step by step, as you find the keys to your improved sleep, you’ll begin to live a happier and healthier life. Sleep, as it turns out, has a tremendous impact on your health and well-being.

Note: The above content is just a snippet of the ebook.

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Short Report:”Relaxation Techniques to Help You Sleep”

(1,724 words, 9 pages, 6 images)

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Product Reviews:

Khanh Trinh Workout Gymnastics Bar – 550 words

“Sleep Smarter: 21 Essential Strategies to Sleep Your Way to a Better Body, Better Health, and Bigger Success” by Shawn Stevenson  – 599 words

Synergee Gliding Discs Core Sliders – 524 words

Total Gym 1100 – 537 words

XtremepowerUS Indoor Cycle Trainer – 512 words

 

Product Comparison Review:

Top 5 Cardio Machines – 1,309 words

 

5 Emails/ Blog Posts:

Topic: Understanding Sleep

Email1- Understanding Sleep – 399 words

Email2- How Much Sleep Do We Need – 366 words

Email3- Types of Insomnia – 248 words

Email4- So Many Things Affect Sleep – 520 words

Email5- How to Get a Better Nights Sleep – 621 words

 

Sleep Health Better Sleep Email Sample Content:

Email #5 – How to Get a Better Night’s Sleep

Welcome back and to the last lesson in this ecourse on Understanding Sleep. Many people lie awake night after night only to get more frustrated, thus making it even harder for them to get to sleep. You don’t have to do that.

In this lesson, we show you six tactics that can help you get to sleep and stay asleep, so that you wake up in the morning refreshed and ready to tackle the day. Let’s get started!

Tactic #1 – Get in synch with your body’s natural sleep-wake rhythm. Get your body into a sleep-wake cycle by going to bed around the same time each night and getting up at the same time each morning. Don’t get off of cycle on weekends just because you think it would be nice to sleep in. If you feel you must take a nap, limit it to 15 to 20 minutes in the early afternoon. If you start to get tired before your actual bedtime, do something to keep your mind occupied, like calling a friend, doing dishes or getting your clothes ready for the next day.

Tactic #2 – Control your exposure to light. During the wake portion of your sleep-wake cycle, exposure yourself to natural light. This can be from the sun directly or light shining in a window. However just before bed, do the opposite, restrict natural light – especially the blue light emitted from backlit devices like e-readers, tablets, smartphones and computers. When it is time to go to sleep, make sure your room is dark. Have a nightlight in your room so that if you must get up during the night to go to the bathroom, you won’t have to turn on any lights.

Tactic #3 – Exercise during your wake cycle. Exercising speeds up your metabolism, increases your body temperature and releases hormones such as cortisol. All of this helps establish the wake portion of your daily cycle. To help relax you before going to bed, do some yoga with controlled breathing and meditation.

Tactic #4 – Control your eating and drinking. Avoid stimulants too close to bedtime, Alcohol, smoking, and caffeine all can prevent you from winding down. Eat your big meal of the day at lunchtime and then have something light for supper. Allow at least three hours from your last meal of the day until bedtime.

Tactic #5 – Learn how to wind down. Try different relaxation techniques like taking a warm bath while listening to soft music before going to bed. While in the tub, practice relaxing breathing techniques and progressive muscle relaxation. Close your eyes and visualize a relaxing restful place … your happy place if you will.

Tactic #6 – Create a sleep-friendly environment. One reason many people have trouble going to sleep is their bedroom environment is not conducive to sleeping. Make sure the temperature is around 65 degrees. If outside noise is a problem, drown it out with a white noise machine, a fan running or use earplugs.

If your mattress or pillow are too soft or hard, they could be part of your sleep problem. Try out different ones at a store and see if any feel better to you than the one you have now.

Reserve your bed for two things – sleeping and sex. If you like to watch TV in bed, the blue light emitted could be part of the problem you are not sleeping. Also by doing that, your body is not getting the signal it is time to sleep.

That’s it for now. As a result of this ecourse, I hope you have learned some things about understanding sleep that you can use to not only help you sleep longer, but better.

 

High Quality Sleep Health Better Sleep PLR Articles:

12 Foods to Avoid if You Want a Good Sleep – 616 words

4 Herbal Teas That Can Help You Sleep – 399 words

5 Benefits of Getting Enough Sleep Each Night – 411 words

6 Essential Oils to Help You Sleep Better – 412 words

6 Signs That You Aren’t Getting Enough Sleep – 515 words

6 Tips to Help You Sleep Better – 396 words

9 Foods to Eat to Help You Sleep Better – 592 words

9 Reasons Why You Might Be Waking Throughout the Night – 745 words

9 Tips to Help Stop You Waking Throughout the Night – 673 words

A Guide to the Long-Term Effects of Not Getting Enough Sleep – 542 words

Can Your Sleep Impact Your Fitness? – 511 words

Could Sitting Down All Day Be Causing Your Sleep Issues? – 549 words

How Does Exercise Affect Sleep? – 408 words

How Many Hours Sleep Do You Need As You Age? – 551 words

How to Sleep Better During Pregnancy – 396 words

How to Sleep Better When You Suffer from Anxiety – 401 words

How to Sleep Better When You’re Dealing with Pain – 411 words

Is Exercising Early or Late Best for Sleep? – 416 words

What is Sleep Apnea and How Should You Deal with It? – 400 words

What Time Should You Stop Eating for the Best Sleep? – 575 words

 

Sleep Health Better Sleep PLR Article Sample:

6 Signs That You Aren’t Getting Enough Sleep

You may have heard that the ideal amount of sleep for an adult is 8 hours. This is partly true, because the recommended amount is 7 to 9 hours of sleep for an adult. Some people need less than 7 hours and some people need over 9, so how do you know how much sleep is right for you? Not getting enough sleep can leave you feeling tired and irritable, and can significantly lower your quality of life. If you are unsure of how much sleep is ideal for you, there are signs that you can look for. You could think you’re getting enough rest even if you’re not getting the proper amount, so knowing the signs of having too little sleep can be helpful.

Fatigue – Fatigue is a tiredness that seems like it won’t go away. Sometimes it can be extreme tiredness. Sometimes it is tiredness that doesn’t go away with sleep or that only goes away for a short amount of time. You may feel like you’re just tired all the time.

Irritability – Not getting enough sleep can cause you to feel irritable. You may have mood swings or you could have sudden outbursts. Your emotions will be difficult to control if you don’t get enough rest for a prolonged amount of time.

Trouble with concentration. – If you’re not getting enough sleep, it may be difficult to concentrate. You might experience a lack of clarity or brain fog. It will be difficult to focus for a prolonged amount of time, and depending on the severity of the sleep deprivation, you may not even be able to focus for more than a few minutes. The effects on your concentration will vary from person to person.

Libido has decreased. – If you have noticed that your libido is lower than normal, this could be caused by getting too little sleep. Lack of quality sleep over a period of time will mess up your hormones, especially the ones associated with sexual desire.

Weight gain – Gaining weight isn’t something you might think is a sign of sleeping problems, but it is. Cortisol, a hormone responsible for excess belly fat, is released when your body doesn’t get the sleep it needs. You may also gain weight because you are awake for more hours in the day, and you may consume more calories.

Less productive – If you feel like you’ve been spinning your wheels, it may be that you’re not getting enough rest. It’s hard to get things done when you don’t have the proper amount of rest. Lack of sleep can cause mental, emotional, and physical problems, and when combined can make being productive as easy as walking through quicksand.

If you see any of these signs, you may not be getting enough rest. The more of these signs you see, the larger the chance that you haven’t been getting the rest you need. If you do see these signs, you should immediately make getting enough sleep a priority. Your health is important, and you can’t be healthy without getting the proper amount of quality sleep.

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Social Media Posts & Images:

 

5 Shareable Social Media Graphics (PLR)

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5 Shareable Social Media Inspirational Images

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20 Social Media Posts (for sharing on Twitter or Facebook)

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15 Royalty Free Images

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Sleep Health Better Sleep Keyword Research Pack

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Bonuses:

Stop Ignoring Sleep Apnea Squeeze Page (2356 words, Word doc, rebrandable graphics and includes Squeeze Page)

Getting a Better Nights Sleep PLR Report (4543 words, Word Doc, Flat eCover with PSD and Includes PLR License)

 

Getting a Better Nights Sleep PLR Report Sample Content:

Did you know that sleeping at least eight hours a night decreases the risks of obesity, cardiovascular disease, and type II diabetes? Good quality sleep is an essential component of your good health. Sadly, it’s also one of the last things most of us think about when trying to increase productivity.

However, just like eating right, staying hydrated, and exercising moderately, getting a better night’s sleep should be one of the first improvements you make to create a healthy and productive lifestyle for yourself.

A better night’s sleep will also help you reduce stress, improve your memory, and boost your mood – in addition to all the physical health benefits. When you think about it, the idea of losing weight, being healthier, and reducing stress just by sleeping better at night sounds like science fiction. But it’s not. Let’s learn more about how you can get a better night’s sleep so that you can get all these benefits.

 

10-Day Common Sleep Problems PLR ECourse (4985 words)

10 Common Sleep Problems Email Topics:

1.Restless legs syndrome

2.Snoring, sleep, and you

3.Sleep apnea

4.Narcolepsy

5.Sleep terrors

6.Sleepwalking

7.Common sleep problems in young children and how to deal with them

8.Common sleep problems in older kids and how to deal with them

9.Common sleep problems in teens and how to deal with them

10.Common sleep problems in the elderly and how to deal with them

These Common Sleep Problem PLR Emails are available in Word Doc format.

 

10 Common Sleep Problems Email Sample:

Email 1

Subject: Restless legs syndrome

Dear [Name],

One common sleep problem, called restless legs syndrome (RLS), can not only keep you up if you suffer from it, but it can be disturbing to your partner too. The clinical term for this condition is Willis-Ekbom Disease, and it is classified as a sleep disorder.

Symptoms of RLS

What happens when you have this is that when you get tired and are relaxed and inactive, you get a strange sensation in your legs, often described as “itchy” or “pins and needles” or even like there are bugs on the legs. The feeling compels or forces you to move them around to relieve the symptoms.

Types of RLS

Some people only have mild RLS that they don’t even notice unless their partner lets them know they are “jogging” in their sleep. Others have symptoms they define as completely intolerable, causing severe and consistent nightly sleep disruption for them and often their partners.

Who Gets RLS?

RLS can affect people from all walks of life, both sexes and children alike. Middle-aged women and older are typically more likely to have RLS but only slightly. It is thought that about 10 percent of the population has some level of RLS. Sadly, the lack of proper diagnosis gets in the way of treatment, which does offer relief.

RLS Treatments

RLS can be successfully treated with both drug therapy and drug-free therapies. Some of the treatments include working toward better sleep habits, hot baths, heating pads, and leg massages.

The medications that have been used successfully include dopaminergic, benzodiazepines, anticonvulsants, and even some narcotic pain relievers if one reason you’re having RLS is due to another illness that causes chronic pain.

There is no cure for RLS. However, most people can get relief from the drug-free options if their condition is not due to a specific cause or illness. Ensure that you seek attention from your primary care doctor regarding your concerns about RLS. Missing sleep due to RLS is a very good reason to talk to your doctor, as sleep is very important to your mental and physical health.

Don’t miss the next email, where we’ll talk about snoring issues.

 

10 Child Sleep PLR Articles And Tweets

Child Sleep PLR Article Titles:

1.Common Sleep Problems in Teens – 483 words

2.Common Sleep Problems in Younger Children – 571 words

3.Coping with Nightmares – 439 words

4.How to Deal with Bedwetting in School-Aged Children – 568 words

5.Signs That Your Child Is Overtired – 573 words

6.The Importance of Having a Daily Routine – 523 words

7.Tips for Dealing with Anxiety at Bedtime in Children – 541 words

8.Tips for Dealing with the Issue of Electronics in the Bedroom – 566 words

9.When Should My Child Go to Bed? – 554 words

10.Why School-Aged Kids Still Need a Bedtime Story – 516 words

Includes 10 Tweets for social posting.

These Child Sleep PLR Articles are available in .TXT format and includes a PLR license.

 

Child Sleep PLR Article Sample:

Coping with Nightmares

Nightmares are never pleasant for anyone, but they can be particularly difficult if your child is suffering from them. You may feel helpless and upset for your child. The truth is that there’s a great deal you can do to help them deal with any nightmares they might have. Here’s a logical sequence of events that can help them settle back down to sleep, and which should also prevent recurring nightmares and anxiety about sleep.

Dealing with a Nightmare

  1. Go to your child’s room

Go there to comfort and reassure them.

  1. DO NOT ask them to tell you about the dream

This will make them relive it, and might even lead to them having the same nightmares again.

  1. DO NOT engage with the content of the dream

If they say they saw a big scary monster, don’t start looking for it in the closet or under the bed.

  1. Be practical

How many of us remember what we have just dreamed minutes before we wake up each day? Dwelling on a bad dream is difficult when we have other things to pay attention to. Make suggestions that will help your child get back to normal.

You might suggest:

* Going to the bathroom

* Washing their face

* Planning breakfast when they get up in the morning

* Reminding them of all the interesting things they will be doing the next day, and how much they will enjoy them once they have had a good night’s sleep

  1. Settle them back down

Younger children might benefit from a special toy, blanket and/or nightlight, as long as it does not shine in their face and interfere with their sleep. Older children might like a fresh set of PJs or a quiet chat.

Some parents teach their children relaxation, stress relief and meditation exercises. These can be as simple as a breathing meditation, with long, deep breaths, or as complex as a visualization, in which the child can go to a “happy place” in their mind whenever they feel stressed.

  1. Distract them and tire them out

There are a number of ways to distract them and help them get back to sleep. Bedtime stories can always help. Choose an old favorite – nothing too exciting. Give them a magazine or photo album of happy images to go through. Some like to listen to music. Start with Brahms’ lullaby.

Dealing with Recurring Nightmares

If your child keeps getting nightmares, widen your attention to other important aspects of their life, such as:

* What they are watching on TV

* What they are reading

* What games they are playing on the computer

* What issues they are encountering at school, such as bullying or stress

* What issue or conflicts there might be in your home

Then take steps to address the issue. For example, ban horror movies and books. Make sure they are playing games suited to their age level.

Talk about important issues at the dinner table and during non-pressure moments. Discuss dreams, for example, and how nightmares can be unpleasant, but they are just products of the imagination – not a glimpse of the future or a sign something bad might happen.

 

10 Sleep PLR Articles V2 

Sleep: Is There Such a Thing as Too Much? – 519 words

Could Your Diet Be Keeping You Awake? – 436 words

Does Exercise Affect Your Sleep? – 451 words

Natural Treatments for Insomnia – 450 words

Signs of Sleep Deprivation – 434 words

Sleep and Your Health – 369 words

Do You Have Sleep Apnea? – 430 words

Sleep and Your Baby – What’s Normal? – 501 words

Tips on Getting Enough Sleep – 524 words

Top Tips for Helping Baby Sleep – 531 words

These Sleep PLR Articles are available in .TXT format and includes a PLR license.

 

Sleep PLR Article Sample (V2):

Does Exercise Affect Your Sleep?

Exercise can indeed affect your sleep, and not always for the better. How, when, and where you exercise all have an impact on your sleep quality.

Can Exercise Improve Sleep?

Yes, exercise can improve the quality of your sleep. In fact, many experts point to this basic lifestyle adjustment as being key to sleep improvement. However, sources point out that how and when you exercise makes a difference in how positively and how much your exercise will affect your sleep.

Generally speaking, exercise in the mid to late afternoon is ideal. For one thing, it gets you past the sleepy time in the afternoon when taking a nap (if possible) can result in your not feeling sleepy at bedtime. Late afternoon exercise gets your body heat up and your circulation going, and as your body temperature cools, it seems to get the body ready for sleep.

If you eat dinner early, exercising after dinner may work for you – but giving your body at least four hours of cool down time is said to be best.

A vigorous workout in the evening shortly before bed means you are trying to sleep with a raised body temperature, and studies have shown that a cooling body temperature is most conducive to sleep.

If morning is the only time you have to exercise, of course that is better than no exercise at all. Because exercise is good for the body overall, all body systems from circulation to muscle tone are improved, and keeping your body systems in top shape ultimately promotes a good night’s sleep.

Exercise also relieves tension. A 2008 study pointed out the relaxing benefits of exercise and the subsequent benefits of better sleep.

What Kind of Exercise Is Best?

For the most effective sleep promotion, most experts agree that cardiovascular exercise is best. A vigorous cardio workout that lasts at least 20 minutes is sufficient to raise body temperature, get your heart pumping, and enhance circulation. Examples of cardiovascular exercises you can do at home or nearby include:

* Walking (vigorous, fast walking)

* Jogging

* Jumping rope

* Aerobics

* Bike riding

The key is to make the exercise continual and vigorous. This is why exercises like Yoga and lifting weights, while valuable and valid types of exercise, are not necessarily the best choices for sleep-promoting cardiovascular exercise.

Yoga and other meditative, stretching exercises may be helpful before bed, however, to relieve tension without raising the body temperature too much. In fact, some experts say that stretching periodically throughout the day may be of benefit. Muscle tension is kept at bay and is less likely to “take hold” and cause tension and pain this way.

 

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Here are the titles of the 5 Menopause And Sleep Articles:

  1. Why Does Sleep Deprivation Occur During Menopause? – (584 words)
  2. 5 Ways to Manage Stress-Related Insomnia During Menopause (591 words)
  3. 8 Quick Sleep Strategies to Try During Menopause (692 words)
  4. Coping with Night Sweats and Preventing Sleep Deprivation (580 words)
  5. How to Improve Sleep Quality During Menopause (644 words)

 

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Here are the titles of the 25 Unrestricted Sleep Disorders Articles:

  1. A Sleep Disorder That Affects the Legs – Restless Sleep Syndrome
  2. An Alternative Approach for Overcoming a Sleep Disorder
  3. Children With the Sleep Disorder of Sleepwalking
  4. Fatal Familial Insomnia
  5. How to Tell If You Have a Sleep Disorder
  6. Hypersomnia
  7. Illnesses That Can Cause a Sleep Disorder
  8. Insomnia
  9. Insomnia – The Most Prevalent Form of Sleep Disorder
  10. Insomnia in popular culture
  11. Jet Lag syndrome
  12. Medications Used for the Sleep Disorder of Chronic Insomnia
  13. Muscle pain and sleeplessness
  14. Narcolepsy – A Rare Sleep Disorder
  15. Narcolepsy The sleeping disease
  16. Nightmares and Night Terrors – A Frightening Sleep Disorder of Children
  17. Nocturnal Eating Syndrome – A Food Related Sleep Disorder
  18. Shift Work Sleep Disorder
  19. Sleep Apnea – A Sleep Disorder That Can Be Fatal
  20. Sleep Apnea A Weighty Issue
  21. Sleep Disorder – A Growing Concern in the United States
  22. Sleep Disorder Affecting Shift Workers
  23. Sleep Disorder and Teenagers
  24. Sleeping Disorders The History
  25. What to Expect at a Sleep Disorder Overnight Sleep Center

 

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