Spring Forward with Sleep Easily…Daylight Saving Time is March 13

Learn-at-home sleep solution can help you catch up on sleep during daylight saving transition

Mar 11, 2016, 07:02 ET from Sleep Easily

BOULDER, Colo., March 11, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- Daylight saving time begins March 13! Remember to spring forward and change your clocks! The spring time change can really disturb sleep patterns for some people. Pushing clocks ahead one hour can wreak havoc on sleep cycles. A recent study showed that the rate of ischemic stroke was 8 percent higher during the first two days after a daylight saving time transition.

Sleep Easily's sleep solution can help you adjust to the new time by giving you a way to fall asleep. Sleep Easily is a proven method to help the one-in-three people who suffer from insomnia get the sleep they need. Developed by Dr. Richard Shane over 25 years using this technique with his patients. Quickly learned through audio recordings and written material, it teaches you five specific physical triggers to help you get to sleep easier. You don't have to initially quiet your mind, which often just ends in struggle. Instead, these physical triggers effortlessly relax your body, mind and emotions into sleep—even if you're stressed.

"While many people can adapt to the one-hour time change, for people who already have sleep challenges, or for older people, it can be a real problem," states Richard Shane, Ph.D. and founder of Sleep Easily. "Our learn-at-home sleep solution can help those people sleep well, even when the time changes."

The Sleep Easily Method is available on the company's website. For more information on the Sleep Easily Method visit http://sleepeasily.com.

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About Sleep Easily

One in three people suffer from insomnia. Sleep Easily provides a medication-free sleep solution to help them sleep well and perform better during the day. The Sleep Easily method was developed by Richard Shane, Ph.D. For over 25 years, Dr. Shane has helped more than 2,000 insomnia patients sleep better. In an independent study with Sleep Easily used by police, firefighters, commercial airline pilots and the general public, 81.6 percent of participants reported improved sleep. Sleep Easily LLC is based in Boulder, Colorado. To learn more, visit http://sleepeasily.com

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