Sleep is one of the most important things you can do for your health.
The long term effects of sleep deprivation are real!
Not getting enough sleep each night can be just as bad as eating poorly and not exercising. Not getting enough sleep can triple your risk of getting sick and increase your risk of getting cancer. Often overlooked as a true health concern,
sleep is one of the most important factors in your health.
And the side effects of taking sleeping pills are just as bad.
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This comprehensive self-study program explores a variety of natural ways to sleep better including:
When you sleep better, you feel better, you have more energy, you are more productive, and you experience more joy!
This product will show you ways to sleep better, fall asleep faster, and stay asleep longer without medication and the side effects they come with.
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Hi! I'm Barb Brown and as a counselor for the last 15 years I can't tell you how many times my clients complained about their sleep. Not being able to fall asleep. Not being able to stay asleep. Not being able to go back to sleep. I've been recommending various natural remedies to my clients for years and now I've pulled all of my research into a comprehensive package as well as talk about it with some of my colleagues in the health field. I'm really excited to be able to share this information with you!
Lisa Lowe is an Acupuncturist and Mindfulness Coach in Arvada, CO. We enjoyed two conversations. Once to talk about acupuncture and sleep and again to talk about Mindfulness. Lisa shared 3 different cases where people might seek acupuncture to help with their sleep. All three have sleep issues and yet all three have very different reasons that they aren't sleeping. Very interesting.
Our second call we talked about the benefits of a regular Mindfulness practice for better sleep.
Cheryl Major has been on a healthy eating journey for many years. Cheryl’s mission is to share her discoveries to benefit those around her whether it's in West Suburban Boston where she lives or with her nationwide internet community!
We talked about diet, Nutrition and Sleep
and the importance of how you eat to improve your health and your sleep.
Sherri’s wellness journey began 25 years ago. Sherri is a passionate speaker and trainer, in particular, on topics of sleep and hydration.
In this interview, Sherri talks about sleep hygiene and products for your bed that will help you sleep better.
We talked about the importance of having a bedtime routine including maintaining a regular bedtime. We also talked about creating a healthy and comfortable bedroom environment and how Kenko Sleep Products can help you sleep better.
The Get Good Sleep program is packed with great information
to help you improve your sleep, including:
Inside Your Member's Area:
Your Comprehensive Report Includes:
Interviews with a variety of health professionals speaking about sleep including:
You care about your health. You want more sleep.
You want it naturally.
Adequate sleep is a key part of a healthy lifestyle, and can benefit your heart, health, weight, mind, relationships and life.
Improve Your Memory
"A good night's sleep triggers changes in the brain that help to improve memory, according to a study led by researchers at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center."
"Studies have consistently shown that sleep deprivation or sleeping less than five hours a night can lead to major health problems, including high blood pressure, heart disease, diabetes, obesity, cancer, and ultimately an increased risk of mortality. The majority of the research says that a longer sleep time is associated with better health.”
"Many studies have shown a link between sleep loss and lower pain threshold. Researchers have found that getting good sleep can supplement medication for pain."
Have Better Sex
"According to a poll conducted by the National Sleep Foundation, up to 26% of people say that their sex lives tend to suffer because they're just too tired. There's evidence that in men, impaired sleep can be associated with lower testosterone levels."
"Could getting enough sleep prevent the common cold? Researchers tracked over 150 people and monitored their sleep habits for two weeks. Then they exposed them to a cold virus. People who got seven hours of sleep a night or less were almost three times as likely to get sick as the people who got at least eight hours of sleep a night."
Sharpen Your Attention
"For years scientists have known that sleep is necessary to focus attention on a task, whether you're trying to learn something or not. Specifically, sleep deprivation leads to reduced activation of attentional networks in the frontal and parietal lobes across a range of cognitive tasks."
Lose Some Weight
"Chronic sleep restriction increases levels of appetite and stress hormones; it also reduces one’s ability to metabolize glucose and increases the production of the hormone ghrelin, which makes people crave carbohydrates and sugars, so they get heavier."
"Inflammation is linked to heart disease, stroke, diabetes, arthritis, and premature aging. Research indicates that people who get less sleepsix or fewer hours a nighthave higher blood levels of inflammatory proteins than those who get more.
A 2010 study found that C-reactive protein, which is associated with heart attack risk, was higher in people who got six or fewer hours of sleep a night."
Lower Risk of Injury
"Sleeping enough might actually keep you safer. Sleep deprivation has been linked with many notorious disasters, like the destruction of the space shuttle Challenger and the grounding of the Exxon Valdez. The Institute of Medicine estimates that one out of five auto accidents in the U.S. results from drowsy driving -- that's about 1 million crashes a year."
"Getting a good night's sleep won't grant you immunity from disease. But study after study has found a link between insufficient sleep and some serious health problems, such as heart disease, heart attacks, diabetes, and obesity." WebMD.com
"Get a good night’s sleep to spur creativity. In addition to consolidating memories, or making them stronger, your brain appears to reorganize and restructure them, which may result in more creativity as well. Researchers at Harvard University and Boston College found that people seem to strengthen the emotional components of a memory during sleep, which may help spur the creative process." Health.com
Get enough sleep to avoid serious health problems. "Studies have consistently shown that sleep deprivation or sleeping less than five hours a night can lead to major health problems, including high blood pressure, heart disease, diabetes, obesity, cancer, and ultimately an increased risk of mortality." Everydayhealth.com
Order today for only $47 and you will receive:
You will also receive access to interviews conducted with a variety of health professionals. You will learn how a dentist can help you sleep better. How a mindfulness practice will help you fall asleep faster. Can Acupuncture be beneficial to a good night's sleep? How your diet can impact your sleep.
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