“Your Night’s Architecture” – this is epic. Your preview is ready and it’s the opposite of sleep hacks.

Where did time go. This post is an announcement of epic proportions.

Your preview of “Your Night’s Architecture” is ready. 33 pages jam-packed with a medically relevant questionnaire, some background on the questions they need to help you…

The book is in the making but this preview will empower you already. Scroll down and send me an email for a free copy.

It seems like yesterday that I felt like I was losing my mind because of chronic sleeplessness’ tight grip. I am still incredulous about how I got over it. 

Then, there was that promise I made to get to the bottom of what the medical society actually has to offer about insomnia. Wanna make the world a better place? Help yourself to what we actually do know about sleep by requesting a copy.

Dear reader, it’s the opposite of sleep hacks, it’s a structured approach. I want to empower you to ask the right questions by working through the questionnaire in the “Here’s Looking At You” section. It’s an outline of questions recommend by physicians and then some. Once you have filled it in, use the cheat sheet to prepare your conversation with your healthcare professional. The whole point of this preview is to prepare you, so you can talk to your physician. You guys should review your situation, prioritise and get the right help on board.

“But Birgit, what are you talking about? Is this yet another set of sleep hacks? Is this a good use of my time?”

This preview is the closest thing to a plan for you, and it’s for free. It’s part of a movement to help society at large to address insomnia more efficiently. Here’s how what you can do right now. Either by requesting the preview, answering the following questions, I will send you the preview once it’s ready.

By donating or booking a 1:1.

Now, shoot me an email, this movement needs your input to grow.


  • How did you learn about this movement and preview?
  • I am an Insomnia Analyst, helping people understand insomnia in their context and prepare them for their conversation with a healthcare professional of their choice. Plus, I am leading a movement to address this worldwide issue more efficiently. Given this unique view on sleep and insomnia, what are the top three questions you would ask me if you sat in front of me right now?

I thank you for any way you choose to contribute.