Fall Asleep In 120 Seconds By Using This Special Military Technique


How To Fall Asleep In 120 Seconds By Using This Special Military Technique That Has A 96% Success Rate

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recommend that an adult, ages 18–60, should get at least seven hours of sleep per day. Besides being tired and irritable, sleep deprivation is linked to a laundry list of health problems including heart disease, stroke, high blood pressure, diabetes, an increased risk of asymptomatic atherosclerosis, which hardens and narrows the arteries.

According to this study, not getting enough sleep can negatively affect your immune system, thus making you more vulnerable to sickness. Plus, individuals who don’t get enough sleep are more prone to negative impacts on both their short-term as well as long-term memory, weight gain, a lower sex drive, and fertility. Not to mention that when you are sleep deprived your alertness and concentration are all impaired. You are more susceptible to suffering an accident, which is a major health risk. Also, it is estimated that 90% of patients with depression complain about sleep quality.

Because there are so many health concerns stemming from a lack of sleep, plus such a vast amount of people suffering with sleep deprivation, an entire industry has blossomed. Whether it be CPAP masks, premium mattresses, special pillows, sleep medications, apps, or sound machines, the sleep business is booming.

To fall asleep in 120 seconds, there is a simple four-step process:

  1. Relax the muscles in your face, including the jaw, tongue and those around the eyes
  2. Let your shoulders drop, and relax both sides of the upper and lower arms
  3. Breathe out, keeping the chest relaxed
  4. Relax both the upper and lower parts of your legs


The process also recommends that you envision yourself in certain, very relaxing situations such as “lying in a canoe on a calm lake, nothing but blue sky above you” and “snuggled in a black velvet hammock in a pitch-black room.” The book also advises you to say, “don’t think, don’t think, don’t think” over and over for ten seconds.

This special technique could save you hundreds, maybe thousands of dollars, and improve your health.

Terry J

Terry J

Born and raised in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. I graduated from Louisiana State University (LSU) and yes, I bleed Purple and Gold. Love food! I try to be very active love to watch and participate in sports as well as going for runs throughout the... Read more


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