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In Honor of National Sleep Awareness Week, MySleepSchool.com Provides Alternative Solution to a Better Night's Sleep

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Instead of prescription drugs or a new mattress, proper sleep techniques may be the key to better quality sleep

BOISE, Idaho, Feb. 26, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- National Sleep Awareness Week is the perfect time for Americans to analyze the quality of their sleep and recognize the important health benefits associated with sleeping well. This annual event is sponsored by the National Sleep Foundation and is being held March 2-9.

Throughout the week experts will share effective sleep techniques that are scientifically proven to help troubled sleepers get the sleep they need to be healthy and wake up refreshed. The mattress and pharmaceutical companies will also be given an opportunity to present their products as a solution to better sleep.

Nancy Nadolski, a 30-year veteran sleep expert, and professor of MySleepSchool.com states, "Many troubled sleepers may shop for a new mattress this National Sleep Week but should be shopping for techniques that can be used to solve the root cause of their sleep troubles. The problem is most troubled sleepers do not know such techniques exist and therefore never look for help."

"Getting a comfortable mattress that provides support throughout the night is part of the equation that promotes restful sleep," said Nancy Nadolski. "But, using proper sleep techniques every night is what will ultimately deliver the deep, rejuvenating sleep people need to feel great and stay healthy. Take me for example, I sleep on a 30-year-old mattress, it is hard, flat, and has a spring popping out the side; but guess what, I sleep great because I use all the proper steps and techniques needed to achieve restful sleep."

With this in mind, Nancy suggests troubled sleepers should ask themselves an important question this National Sleep Awareness Week. "Do I wake up with a back ache, or is my problem getting to sleep and staying asleep throughout the night?" For those who answered, "I have a hard time getting to sleep and staying asleep," the recommendation is to follow Nancy's natural sleep system inside the virtual doors of MySleepSchool.com and start sleeping better tonight.

MySleepSchool.com is a natural and drug free "Sleep System" developed by Nancy Nadolski on a premium web platform that consists of five weekly lessons and assignments. Sleep School students are taught how to improve their sleep through a combination of video, written, and social interaction. All Sleep School content is time released allowing students to receive the right information, in the right order, at the right time for maximum effectiveness.

Please Contact
Nancy Nadolski, Email, 208-863-9214
Lars Knutsen, Email, 208-602-2844

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