Sleep


african_woman_sleeping.jpgGet Your ZZzzz's
At Least 7 Hours of Sleep! A brand new study shows that people who don’t get enough sleep are not as sharp the next day (duh!) and most alarmingly, they don’t even realize it.

Try these tips to fall asleep faster.
1. Read a book before bed. Reading acts as a soothing balm that helps you fall asleep.
2. Instead of an overhead light, which stimulates the brain to wake up, use a reading light.
3. Turn your alarm clock away from view so it won’t stimulate the brain’s pineal gland, which senses light.
4. Use an eye mask to keep light out and increase sleep quality.




SleepPhones.jpgSleepPhones
Relax to music with exquisitely soft SleepPhonesTM. A doctor developed these innovative headphones to help her patients fall asleep to lullabies rather than drugs. SleepPhones have thin removable padded speakers hidden in a recycled Polartec® fleece headband. SleepPhones are comfortable for wearing all night long, are machine washable, and plug into a standard mini-jack for sound sleep.

 



snoring_husband.jpgDo You Live With a Chronic Snorer? 

Or are you?

It's impossible to feel rested if you sleep next to a freight train. Neither one of you are getting the good, deep sleep that you need to feel rested and healthy. Over time, this will detroy your health. And you run the risk of being charged with homicide! 



 



For "Freight Train" Snorers
Instead of getting a divorce, give the gift of a good nights sleep!


PureSleep®
The value of PureSleep is not just for the snorer...it’s for the people who are affected every night–and the day after! Now you can help them and help yourself get a good nights sleep!

We know from personal experience that this really works!

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Developed by a Dentist who snored. Past tense.



Melatonin

Young and middle-aged adults usually produce about 5 to 25 micrograms of melatonin per night. This level declines as a person ages and this is reported to be the reason why older persons have difficulty sleeping. Two forms of melatonin exist on the market, the natural form which comes from the pineal gland of animals and the synthetic form which is made from reacting certain chemical compounds. Natural melatonin may pose a risk to humans because it can be contaminated with animal viruses. Synthetic melatonin is safer to use because it is free from biological contaminants.

How to Use It
Take no more than 1 mg. 30 minutes to an hour before bedtime. It will help gently ease you into sleep as would the natural melatonin that your body would produce. The mistake most people make is taking a high dosage. This can lead to very unpleasant side effects, such as nightmares*. Also, with a higher dosage you most likely will remain groggy throughout the following morning. Of course,  do not take it if you are not in for the night! No driving!
*The use of melatonin can lead to vivid, memorable and enjoyable dreams but it can also lead to vivid nightmares. Melatonin improves REM sleep. Any dose of Melatonin that is higher than 1 mg is likely to make dreams very intense. When first starting Melatonin, try cutting the tablet in half. It may be all you need.

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Melatonin 1 mg.

Most stores do not carry 1 mg., but that is the dosage that Doctors recommend.
• Two Stage Release
• With Co-Factor Nutrients
• Vegetarian Formula


 

There are many things that may be disturbing your sleep. Stress (don't you get sick of hearing how you need to get the stress out of your life? Easier said than done--it's called life!), hormone imbalance, diet, lack of exercise...

 
 
 
 

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