A Lifetime of Smoking Stopped Overnight

Company offers ‘Overnight Learning’ audiobooks that help people make behavioral and emotional changes while they sleep.

Carmel, IN - It’s midnight, and while Chas Corrigan of Indianapolis, IN is enjoying deep restful sleep, her brain is busy at work rewiring itself to help Corrigan quit her 30 year addiction to cigarettes.

 

Three weeks ago, she began listening to an Overnight Learning audiobook and has not had a cigarette since then. In fact, Corrigan says, “The nice thing is, I don’t even think about it much!”

 

Corrigan’s success doesn’t surprise Overnight Learning Founder and CEO, Dr. Skye Winslow. Winslow works as a medical support hypnotherapist and explained the science behind Overnight Learning.

 

“At night, when you sleep, your brain is very much awake and consolidating information you learned during the day. This is a big reason why doctors are always telling you sleep is so important for a good memory. Over the past few years, research has proven what many us in the field have known for years, the brain can make huge behavioral and emotional changes while you sleep.”

 

In fact, the Stop Smoking audiobook Chas is listening to was written by clinical psychologist and guided meditation expert Belleruth Naparstek and is proven to double the rate of successful abstinence in several University of Akron studies.

 

“As amazing as Chas’ success is, smoking is just one behavior that our audiobooks tackle,” said Winslow. “There are literally hundreds of topics ranging from pain, anxiety and stress relief, to fertility, relationships and weight control issues.  You simply download an audiobook to any device, and listen once or twice a day for two to three weeks for optimal effect.”

 

Overnight Learning is a United States-based audiobook publisher and partners with the world’s best mind/body experts to offer low-cost, evidence-based tools that help people make changes while they sleep. Each audiobook has been vetted by literally hundreds upon hundreds of clients, and many are endorsed by leading hospitals and institutions as well.

 

According to the American Cancer Society, more than 34 million Americans still smoke and smoking remains the single largest preventable cause of death and illness in the world. November 21st is the Great American Smoke Out. This year smokers can sleep their way to success. For Chas Corrigan Overnight Learning audiobooks, “Worked like a dream!”

 

For anyone tired of struggling with their thoughts or battling a lack of willpower Overnight Learning can help rewire the brain.

 

“You’ll wake up smarter, happier and healthier!” concludes Dr. Winslow.

For more information about Overnight Learning audiobooks, visit the website at www.OvernightLearning.com.

Media Contact: 

Dr. Skye Winslow

Overnight Learning

United States

317-373-1315

info@OvernightLearning.com

www.OvernightLearning.com

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