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Sleep Health Premium PLR Package - Exclusive healthy sleep PLR product including ebook, report, emails, articles, checklist, graphics and BONUSES! You'll get over 9000 words of ready-made sleeping health PLR content that you can use in your business with your branding!

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Attention: Health and Wellness Entrepreneurs

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Health and Wellness!

 

Dear online business owner, When it comes to top health and wellness searches, the health and wellness is one of the most searched-for topics online.

It’s safe to say that healthy sleep has spawned an entire industry of blogs, cookbooks and products.

This is where my premium done for you Sleep Health PLR Package comes in. Its all about teaching your customers How to Sleep Your Way to Good Health!

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Introducing The…

Sleep Health Premium PLR Package

Featuring Over 9 000 Words of High Quality Sleep Health Content Ready To Be Used In Your Business!

This quality health PLR package covers the hugely popular sleep health niche. Sleep Health is evergreen and will always be. This healthy sleep PLR package is well-written by an experienced copywriter and comes with full private label rights so you can edit it, put your name on it, put your brand on it and sell it and use it to build your list of raving fans.

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Here’s everything you’ll get in the Sleep Health MEGA PLR Package…

Main eBook: Sleep Your Way to Good Health

(4,152 words, 20 pages, 7 images)

Sleep Your Way to Good Health PLR Ebook

A look inside the Sleep Your Way to Good Health Premium PLR eBook:

 

Healthy Sleep PLR eBook

 

Table of Contents for the Sleep Your Way to Good Health PLR Ebook:

Introduction: The Stages of Sleep ……………………………………………. 3

Non-REM Sleep ……………………………………….. 4

REM Sleep ………………………………………………………… 6

Why Sleep is So Important in All Areas of Life …………………………… 7

Mental Health ………………………………………………………… 7

Physical Health …………………………………………………… 7

Basic Sleep Rules/Habits to Live By ……………………………….. 10

Troubleshooting Sleep Issues ……………………………………. 11

The Link Between Gut Health & Sleep Health ……………………….. 13

Why Your Lifestyle Is Damaging Your Sleep ……………………. 14

Health Habits for a Healthy Sleep ……………………………………. 16

Diet …………………………………….. 17

Vitamins and Supplements …………………………….. 18

 

Sample Content for the Sleep Your Way to Good Health Premium PLR Ebook:

Basic Sleep Rules/Habits to Live By

If you are not currently getting enough hours of sleep per night, there are some things you can do to improve it.

Set up a sleep schedule. Go to bed and get up around the same times each day – even on your days off. In doing so, your body will biorhythmically get used to winding down when it is time to go to sleep and start waking up when it is time to get up.

Create a bedtime routine. In addition to a consistent sleep schedule, doing the same things at night before you go to bed are important as it helps your body sense it is approaching the time to go to sleep. Some people like to take a hot shower or bath or read a book.

If you like a bath, sprinkle a few drops of your favorite essential oil in the bath water. Lavender is a favorite of many people. Light a scented candle and listen to some soft music while sipping on a glass of wine to help unwind you. But only one 4- or 5-ounce glass as too much alcohol can have the opposite effect and disturb your sleep. If reading, make sure it is a printed book and not one on a blue-screen device.

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

Checklist: Sleep Your Way To Good Health

Healthy Sleep PLR Checklist

 

A look inside the Sleep Your Way To Good Health Checklist Ebook

 

Sleep Health Premium PLR Checklist

 

5 Emails/ Blog Posts:

Topic: Are you getting enough sleep?

 

Sample, Are You Getting Enough Sleep Email Content:

Email #1 – Welcome!

Hello and welcome to our ecourse on “Are you getting enough sleep?” Over the course of these lessons, we will cover:

  • How much sleep do experts say we need?
  • How to tell if your sleep is quality sleep
  • Some consequences of not getting enough sleep
  • Some tips to improve your sleep

But first let’s look at sleep a little more in detail. First, getting enough sleep is just as important as eating right and getting enough exercise each week. But yet only 21% of the population in the U.S. is getting enough sleep. As we will see in a later lesson, sleep deprivation can cause a host of health issues some of which can be serious.

As a matter of fact, sleep deprivation will kill you quicker than going without food. For example, let’s sat you decide to fast for several days. At the end you would understandably be hungry, maybe a little week and somewhat thinner. But go for several days without sleep and you would not be able to hardly function let alone be productive.

So if sleep is so important, why are we willing to sacrifice it more so than even food? In this crazy world, we think that sleeping an hour less gives us an hour more to work. It is true, but at what expense health-wise? We will look at the effects of not getting enough sleep in a later lesson.

That wraps it up for this first lesson. In the next lesson, we will talk about how much sleep experts say we need. Be sure to read that one.

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Sleep Health PLR Articles:

How Much Sleep Do I Really Need? – 406 words
How to Fall Asleep More Quickly – 404 words
How to Improve Your Deep Sleep – 398 words
How to Relax Your Mind for Sleep – 400 words
What is A Good Sleep Pattern? – 395 words

 

Sleep Health PLR Article Sample:

How Much Sleep Do I Really Need?

Some people complain that they are tired after ten hours of sleep, while others seem to manage fine every day after just five hours. So what causes this difference in sleep patterns and quantity, and how do you know how much sleep you need? The amount of sleep you need depends on several factors, so we’ll consider some of the most common in order to help you work out how much sleep you really need.

Your age

This is one of the main factors influencing how much sleep you need. Children and young adults tend to need a lot more sleep than adults and older people. School children often need as much as 12 hours of sleep, with young children needing as much as 14 hours per night. You may have found that you need less sleep as you get older.

Your health

If you’re suffering from ill health, you may feel that you want to spend extra time in bed. This is normal, and in many cases your body needs extra rest in order to recover. If you are experiencing short periods of illness, you should allow your body this extra sleep in order to get better. However, if you have a long-term health condition, you should speak to your doctor about how best to manage the amount of sleep you need, and also ensure any work you do is able to accommodate your extra sleep.

As well as physical health issues, mental health issues can also mean that you need extra sleep. Mental health conditions, such as long-term depression, can make people feel very tired and fatigued almost all of the time, which impacts the quality of sleep and the quantity needed.

Your work

Depending on the job you have, you may need to get a couple of extra hours sleep into your routine every night. These jobs are often physically tiring jobs such as a labourer or athlete; however, jobs which are mentally tiring can also mean you need some extra sleep. Getting into a good routine with your sleep pattern can make it easier to get the right amount of sleep that you need.

Ultimately, the amount of sleep that you need depends on many different factors, so each person should consider themselves and their own needs individually. Speak to your doctor if you are having long-term troubles with sleep or you feel that other factors are influencing your ability to sleep.

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Social Media Posts and Images:

 

5 Shareable Social Media Inspirational Images (PLR)

Sleep Health Social Tweets PLR

 

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

Sleep Health Social Graphics PLR

 

7 Royalty Free Images

Sleep Health Royalty Free Images

 

Bonus Long Article Sample:

6 Ways to Improve Your Bedroom To Improve Your Sleep

If you have trouble going or staying asleep, you might want to do a study of your sleeping environment aka, your bedroom. In particular, you will want to look at your:

  • Ambient temperature
  • Wall color
  • Curtains/shades
  • Sounds
  • Nighttime habits
  • Mattress, pillow and bedding

Ambient temperature

According to experts, the ideal temperature range in your bedroom should be between 60- and 72-degrees Fahrenheit. If your bedroom is too hot, there are several ways to cool it down. Aside from lowering your thermostat so the A/C runs more, installing a ceiling fan, using an electric fan or even opening the windows if the outside is cool (and quiet) are all ways you can reduce the temperature of your bedroom.

Wall color

The mood you are in right before you go to bed can have a significant effect on how fast you go to sleep. If angry, it will take longer to doze off. One factor that can affect your mood is the color of your walls. Hands down the best calming color for bedroom walls is blue. Studies have shown that it is the most conducive color for sleep.

The science behind it lays with the receptors in your eyes called ganglion cells. They are sensitive to color and when they sense blue, they send a signal to your brain that you are in a calm environment. The brain in turn starts lowering your heart rate and blood pressure getting you ready to sleep.

While blue is by far the best color, there are also others than have a calming effect – just not to the extend of blue. The colors yellow, green, silver and orange all have proven to provide study participants with at least 7 hours and 28 minutes of sleep on average. Those sleeping in rooms painted blue slept 7 hours and 52 minutes.

A gallon or two of blue paint is not that expensive and could be just what you need to calm you down and prepare you for a good night’s sleep. It is worth a try!

Curtains/shades

Deep inside your brain’s hypothalamus is your Suprchiasmatic Nucleus which controls your internal clock. It senses light coming into your eyes through your optic nerve and either starts the process to wake up or continues the process if already awake. If there is light coming in your windows from the outside that you have no way of controlling, invest in either blackout shades or curtains to block out that light.

Sounds

As with light, there may be sounds coming in from the outside beyond your control. For some people, it works for them to have a sound machine that produces a constant sound, such as white noise or soothing noises like ocean waves, light rain, etc. If you want to block out all noise, consider using ear plugs.

Nighttime habits

Your nighttime habits can also be a source of your inability to fall or stay asleep. For example, if you use a bluescreen device while in bed, be it TV, e-reader, tablet, laptop or smartphone, the blue light emitted from these devices could be affecting your Suprchiasmatic Nucleus mentioned earlier. Keep in mind the bed should be used for two things: sleeping and sex – that’s it. If you do so, your body senses that because you are in bed, it is time to start winding down and go to sleep. Crazy as it sounds, it works!

Mattress, pillow and bedding

Another source of sleeplessness can be your bed itself. In particular, your mattress, bedding or pillow – any of which can be what is keeping you up at night.

Let’s start with the last one first – your pillow. If you are waking up in the morning with a sore or stiff neck or back on the nights when you do sleep, it could be your pillow is either too soft or hard. Try one that is opposite of what you have now and see if it makes a difference. Web MD suggests back sleepers look for a pillow with neck support on the lower one-third of the pillow, while side sleepers should use a firmer pillow that supports the distance between the ear and shoulder equally.

A worn-out mattress can also keep you awake at night because you can’t get in a comfortable position due it lack of proper support. If it is eight years old or older, it should be replaced anyway.  Look for deep impressions that stay in the mattress. These can cause painful pressure points making it impossible to sleep (but you may not know that is the cause). Another sign your mattress is not supporting you the way it should is if you wake up with aches and pains and they disappear within a couple hours of getting up.

Lastly, your bedding should be comfortable. If you tend to sweat while sleeping, look for bedding made from one of the moisture-wicking fabrics. Getting the sweat off your skin will make you more comfortable. Cotton, wool, silk, bamboo and linen all qualify as moisture-wicking. However, if it is too cool in your bedroom, sheets made from polyester or synthetic satin trap moisture and keep you warmer.

In an environment where the outside ambient temperature varies, you may want to have a lighter set of sheets when it is warm in the summer and a heavier set like flannel in the winter when it is colder.

By using the tips in this report, you can make changes to your sleeping environment and enjoy a good night’s sleep over and over.

 

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For the first 50 buyers of this Sleep Health Premium PLR Package, if you grab this PLR deal right now, you’ll also get these FAST-ACTION BONUSES for a limited time only!

 

Bonus 1

10-Day Common Sleep Problems PLR ECourse

10-Day Common Sleep Problems PLR ECourse

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Below are the Common Sleep Problems that you are going to learn:

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

 

Bonus 2

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Here Are The Titles Of The Getting a Better Nights Sleep PLR Report

  • How Much Sleep Do We Really Need?
  • Getting Your Sleep Environment Right
  • The Best Bedtime Routine Do’s and Don’ts
  • What to Do If You Wake in the Night
  • Dealing with Insomnia

 

Bonus 3

25 Unrestricted Sleep Disorders PLR Articles

 

25 Unrestricted Sleep Disorders PLR Articles

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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

 

Bonus 4

10 Unrestricted Get Better Sleep PLR Articles Pack

10 Unrestricted Get Better Sleep PLR Articles Pack

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Here are the titles of the 10 Get Better Sleep Articles:

1. Get Better Sleep The Easy Way
2. Get Better Sleep The Natural Way
3. Helping Teenagers To Get Better Sleep
4. How Can Aromatherapy Help You Get Better Sleep
5. How Can Health Drinks Help You Get Better Sleep
6. How Foods Affect You To Get Better Sleep
7. How Music Helps You Get Better Sleep
8. How Sick People Get Better Sleep
9. Massage Therapy Can Help You Get Better Sleep
10. The Potentials Of Yoga In Helping You Get Better Sleep

 

Bonus 5

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Package Details:

Module 1 – Ebook
Module 2 – Checklist
Module 3 – Mindmap
Module 4 – SalesPage
Module 5 – VSL
Module 6 – LeadMagnet
Module 7 – LandingPage
Module 8 – Emails
Module 9 – GraphicsPack

 

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Package Details For The Sleep Health Premium PLR Package:

Main eBook:
“Sleep Your Way to Good Health”
(4,152 words, 20 pages, 7 images)

+ Checklist
+ eCovers

5 Emails/ Blog Posts:

Topic: Are You Getting Enough Sleep?

Related Articles:

How Much Sleep Do I Really Need? – 406 words
How to Fall Asleep More Quickly – 404 words
How to Improve Your Deep Sleep – 398 words
How to Relax Your Mind for Sleep – 400 words
What is A Good Sleep Pattern? – 395 words

Social Media Posts & Images:

5 Shareable Social Media Tips
15 Social Media Posts (for sharing on Twitter or Facebook)
7 Royalty Free Images

Bonus Long Article: 6 Ways to Improve Your Bedroom To Improve Your Sleep – 921 words

Total PLR Package Word Count:  Over 9 000 Words

 

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