When people ask me how to accomplish their goals in 2006, especially their New Year's resolutions, I always tell them to get enough quality sleep and they'll be surprised what they can accomplish
(PRWEB) January 11, 2006
As people around the globe start working on their new year's resolutions, many are finding the added stress of meeting their well-intentioned goals very demanding.
Many people won't know why seemingly simple lifestyle changes are so difficult to implement or easy workout schedules are so hard to keep.
Statistically, so many goal-setters are not getting the kind of sleep needed to perform in 2006 and meet those new goals. Whether they are losing weight, exercising more, eating healthier food, or quitting smoking, simple goals can turn into seemingly insurmountable obstacles if people do not get their optimum amount of good quality sleep each night.
Tens of millions of people have sleep disorders and don't even know it. The most common of them all is snoring. People who snore, even moderately, lose a lot of deep REM sleep every night, according to specialists and doctors.
Adding one little thing to a list of to-do's can be easy on paper, yet very difficult to implement because of snoring-caused sleep deprivation.
And with millions of people who added at least one more thing to their to-do lists on New Year's Eve, many are finding there is a limit to what they can accomplish on a daily basis.
"They may or may not know that this limit is set by the amount of quality sleep they are getting," says Bill Dexter, Marketing Director of SleepGenie.com, "and most people never consider that snoring is the cause of this limit in their lives."
"I think most people think snoring is incurable and something you just have to deal with, or get expensive surgery," says Dexter, "but the fact is, there are very simple, non-invasive, and inexpensive tools and techniques people are using with great success to put an end to snoring."
SleepGenie.com is a manufacturer of an anti-snoring solution that is referred to in the industry as a "chin strap." Simple and cost effective, it is reported that these chin straps are responsible for many snorers completely stopping their snoring problem the first night they use them.
"When people ask me how to accomplish their goals in 2006, especially their New Year's resolutions, I always tell them to get enough quality sleep and they'll be surprised what they can accomplish," says Dexter.
SleepGenie.com develops anti-snoring solutions and is owned by Odyssey Direct Solutions, Inc. For more information click here SleepGenie.com.