Sleep is just as important as a healthy diet and regular exercise. In fact, it is just as important as the oxygen that you breathe. You simply cannot live without it.
Unfortunately, sleep is one of the first things that is placed on the back burner when things get busy in life. Studies are showing that sleep deprivation exists in much of the population in the industrial world, and that people are paying for it with their health. Stroke, heart disease, cancer, diabetes, and more are real consequences of not getting enough sleep.
This is where you come in! You can teach people what normal sleep entails, and how they can start to improve their sleep starting tonight with methods that work so that they can also improve their health at the same time.
If you are in the self-improvement niche and teach people who sleep poorly, are stressed or have poor energy and fatigue due to lifestyle factors, then this is something you will want to grab while the price is lowest during the launch.
You get a full product with private label rights. This means you can put your name on it, and brand it with your website/business name, and sell it as your own and keep all the profits. The only thing you are not allowed to do is resell this product as PLR.
Chapter 1: Understanding the Different Stages of Sleep (798 words)
Chapter 2: How Much Sleep Do You Need? (438 words)
Chapter 3: Why is Sleep So Important for Your Health? (1,256 words)
Chapter 4: 5 Ways to Make Sleep a Priority (519 words)
Chapter 5: 6 Tips to Improve Your Sleep Tonight (629 words)
Chapter 6: What Does Your Biological Clock Have to Do With Your Sleep? (1,023 words)
Chapter 7: 7 Ways to Avoid Blue Light at Night (714 words)
Chapter 8: Recommendations for Artificial Lighting for Quality Sleep – Say What? (607 words)
Chapter 9: Reduce Your Temperature, Get a Better Sleep (555 words)
Chapter 10: 3 Things to Consider Before Taking Sleeping Pills (456 words)
Chapter 11: Medical Conditions that Interfere with Sleep (1,691 words)
Chapter 12: Improve Your Sleep with These Natural Supplements (1,630 words)