For insomniacs, there is a technique, used by the military, to fall asleep in two minutes anywhere and anytime. The method is said to have a 96 percent success rate after six weeks.
In just two steps, one is said to nod off quickly even with disturbances in the surroundings, such as loud noises or if the room is too hot or too cold.
As explained by an expert, one must first blank their mind and must visualize and image afterward.
The method has been used by the American military service and has been proven effective. As we all know, military members are no strangers to being placed in uncomfortable situations.
There are times when they would have to sleep on the hard ground, and the sleeping method has been said to have helped them greatly.
WHY THE METHOD WAS MADE IN THE FIRST PLACE
Lloyd “Bud” Winter, a world-renowned sprint coach, created the method and shared the reason why on his book, “Relax and Win: Championship Performance.”
In the book, Wintergives helpful tips on howcontinue reading →