Too many health professionals are quick to prescribe medications, not recognizing that sleep is often the best medicine. " For years, sleep has been stigmatized with laziness, especially in North America.
Many employees consider it a badge of honor to work long hours and some employers criticize employees if they don't work overtime.
This despite established research proving that after 16 hours of wakefulness, an individual's alertness becomes an impaired equivalent to alcohol intoxication levels. Billions of dollars are spent each year on drugs for major diseases, weight loss and anti aging 'cures'.
...searching in all the wrong places –– oblivious to the obvious.
Your fountain of youth is as close as your very own bedroom ... (A Univeristy of Chicago study found that by getting just one hour extra sleep, hardening of the arteries can be lowered by 33%.) As a recovering insomniac, I feel your pain!
Years of not getting adequate sleep left me with failing health (physical, mental and emotional).
It stops me from getting back to sleep • I wake too early and yearn for an hour or two more sleep • I snore. • I sometimes wake coughing or choking • I wake feeling more exhausted than when I went to bed • I struggle to keep my eyes open in the mid-afternoon • I have driven a vehicle while feeling drowsy • I have fallen asleep Most people don't realized sleep's vital connection to (physical, mental and emotional) health, including many medical professionals.
Would you like to overcome your sleep disorders ...insomnia, sleep apnea, snoring or others? • I have trouble falling asleep • I wake in the middle of the night and can't get back to sleep • I can't turn off my brain chatter.
Would you like to be rescued knowing more about a proven sleep apnea cure, herbal sleep aids and sleep disorder remedies? Worst still, do you wake feeling exhausted, irritable and non productive? As you toss and turn do you wonder if you'll ever get a good night's sleep?Most people don't realize they suffer from at least one of the 80+ sleep disorders.The National Sleep Foundation research connects inadequate sleep to many major health issues like heart and stroke, diabetes, cancer, weight gain, premature aging (and more).I've witnessed how improved sleep eliminated a chronic digestion disorder (within days) that couldn't be managed with prescription drugs.