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Welcome to Insomnia Land

How to fall asleep and stay asleep.

Can't sleep? I know the feeling.

martin reedMy name is Martin Reed.

I was up late one night a few years ago with another bout of insomnia. I turned on the computer and started doing some research.

I was looking for some genuine insomnia information, help, advice and support.

Unfortunately all I found were spam blogs with no credibility, websites looking to sell their products, and pages full of medical jargon.

So I created Insomnia Land.

Since 2009 I have been researching insomnia and sharing my findings on this website. My private insomnia support forum has attracted over 600 members who have shared over 7,000 forum posts about their sleep.

I get frustrated when insomnia sufferers tell me that sleeping pills were the only insomnia treatment they were offered. I get concerned when I hear from people who tell me they've been taking sleeping pills for years. Sleeping pills do not cure insomnia.

I figured out how to beat my insomnia without sleeping pills and I'll help you do the same.

My free sleep training course has helped thousands of people beat their insomnia and permanently improve their sleep without having to rely on sleeping pills.

I am a recognized sleep expert at HealthCentral and Insomnia Land has been selected by Healthline as one of the best sleep disorder blogs for three years running, getting the nod in 2015, 2016, and 2017 .

I also have a master's degree in Health and Wellness Education.

Insomnia is misunderstood. People who do not struggle with sleep simply don’t understand the frustration, the loneliness, the desperation. I want to bring more awareness to insomnia and offer a refuge of support and genuine information. You are capable of healthy, fulfilling, natural sleep.

Last updated: February 26, 2018

Insomnia Blog Articles

What all women need to know about sleeping pills

Sleeping pills for insomnia and medications for treating wakefulness related to narcolepsy and sleep apnea have a different effect on women compared to men. Here's what you need to know.

How effective is acupuncture at treating insomnia linked to depression?

There is a strong link between depression and insomnia. One study found that as many as 70% of individuals with depression had symptoms of insomnia and sleep disorders are one of the diagnostic criteria for depression. Unfortunately, antidepressant drugs can come with a number of side-effects such as: Nausea Sedation [...]

The side effects (and effectiveness) of sleeping pills prescribed to older adults

Insomnia tends to be more prevalent in older adults. As a result, older individuals are more likely to seek help for their sleep issues, which unfortunately leads to higher rates of sleeping pill use. A 2016 review published in Clinical Therapeutics set out to determine the safety and efficacy of [...]

These are the insomnia treatments that can actually cure insomnia

When it comes to the best treatment option for insomnia, there is a ton of conflicting information out there. I see plenty of bad advice handed out to people suffering from insomnia and I see many so-called insomnia cures that have little (or no) evidence on their safety or effectiveness [...]

Every night you try to fall asleep, you harm your sleep

A lot of insomnia sufferers I talk to have one thing in common — And that's the problem. Sleep is a natural process. As soon as we try to force sleep, we immediately make it more difficult to sleep. This has been confirmed in studies, too. One of them, published [...]

For every hour of lost sleep, teens become more likely to commit suicide and take drugs

Teenagers should be getting between seven to 11 hours of sleep, with eight to 10 hours being the current recommendation from the National Sleep Foundation. However, it has been suggested that as many as 69% of high school students get seven hours of sleep or less. Furthermore, close to half [...]