Natural Home Cures Freeze Dried Acai Berry
A Natural Remedy For Insomnia
"Sleep like a baby"
Insomnia is a frustrating condition, that affects one out of every four people in the United States.
National Sleep Foundation, 2010 Annual Sleep Survey:(1)
79% of all Americans do not get enough sleep each night.
57% of adults report they are having problems sleeping, at least, a few nights each week.
50% of all Americans can not get up without an alarm clock.
33% of all Americans have trouble sleeping every night.
Let Us Ask You A Few Questions...
(1) Do you wake up in the morning so groggy that you force yourself to get out of bed?
(2) Are you constantly searching for any way to cure your chronic insomnia?
(3) Do your friends ask if you stayed out too late because of the bags & circles under your eyes?
(4) Do people think you are older than you really are because of how tired you always look?
(5) Are you scared to try habit forming sleeping pills that may do more harm than good?
(6) Do you hate it when people want to take photos of you because you know you look so tired?
(7) Are you fed up with having NO Energy or motivation to face the day?
If you answered "Yes!" to any of these questions then you will be amazed at how easily you can end your sleepless nights and beat your battle with insomnia once and forever! Soon, you'll be waking up refreshed and revitalized after a full and restful night's sleep and ready to tackle your day!
Reasons Why You Have Insomnia
Millions of people all over the world are taking habit forming sleeping medications that are harmful to the body in order to end their battle with insomnia.(2)
Insomnia is a health condition that may require medical intervention. However, using unnatural sleep aids and prescription medication can lead to overuse, dependency, and severe health risks -- which can result in increased depression, worsening health problems and even increasing your chances of a debilitating heart disease or stroke!
What Causes Insomnia
Environmental Stress: Stress is responsible for 85% of all illness in our modern society. In your personal life, you may have mortgages, credit card debt, housework, taxes, social obligations and responsibilities, family conflict and more. On the job, you may have difficult co-workers, lengthy meetings, disagreements with management, office equipment meltdowns and so forth.
Invisible Toxins and Electronic Stress: Invisible toxins wear down your body. Every day you feel pressure to keep up with the frantic pace of modern life. Technology, meant to simplify our lives, can frustrate and increase our stress levels. No wonder with all this stress your body can't relax naturally!
Over Production of Stress Chemicals in Your Body: Because of constant, never-ending stress your body produces an excess of the fight or flight chemicals, adrenalin, noradrenalin, and cortisol. Over time the build up of these stress-related hormones can result in toxicity to the nervous system -- you experience chronic and migraine headaches, irritable bowel syndrome or high blood pressure.
Chronic Stress Reduces Your Immune Response: Chronic stress taxes your immune system and can trigger problems like, allergies and even cancer! Continued build-up of stress chemicals causes your body to become toxic. This means your body is too stressed to produce the right chemicals to induce relaxation.
Reduction in Production of Relaxation Chemicals: Toxins, released due to stress, block your body from being able to manufacture the relaxation chemicals to induce the deep relaxation you need to enter the sleep cycle. So no matter how hard you try to fall asleep you can’t because your brain is too wound up!
Poor Diet: Eating on the run and skipped meals can wreak havoc on your health. This results in an improper balance of vitamin's, minerals and essential nutrients which prevent your body from producing the sleep hormones it needs.
Lack of Exercise: Not taking the time to get some fresh air and exercise can hamper your body's natural needs to expend energy both physically and mentally.
Overnight Work: Night shifts can cause problems with your natural sleep cycle and the disruption increases your chance of insomnia.
Worries about Finances: Worry from finances is the number one sleep problem most people say keeps them awake at night. When your mind is constantly thinking about finances and you can't shut it off, this is a major cause of restless nights leading to problems with insomnia.
Worries about Relationships, Co-workers, Family, and Relatives: Worrying about your private and professional life can keep you awake at night. You simply cannot shut it off.
It's no wonder that your body and mind are constantly stressed to the breaking point!
And these causes are just the obvious ones! There are hundreds of stressors in your life that we haven't even mentioned. Each stressor can lead to an increased chance of insomnia.
While Sleeping Pills May Temporarily Work - Academic, Clinical, and Medical Research Findings Are Conclusively Demonstrating That Sleeping Pills Are More Dangerous Than Cigarette Smoking - Sleeping Pills Need To Be Avoided At All Costs
At the National Sleep Institute in Boston Massachusetts, a 2009 study has conclusively demonstrated that taking just one tiny sleeping pill is equal to smoking 3½ packages of cigarettes a day.(3) Further, sleeping pills are 317% more addictive than the strongest of nicotine found in cigarettes. It is 600% harder to break the addiction to sleeping aids than cigarettes.
Anyone over the age of 40 should be cautioned against sleeping pills and anyone over the age of 65 should NEVER take sleeping pills.
Studies show that those who are taking sleeping pills are actually making their insomnia worse. This happens when the body develops a dependence on sleeping pills, a condition known as 'rebound insomnia'.
Other side effects from taking sleeping pills include but are not limited to:
Severe Migraine Headaches.
Impairment & Weakness to Motor Skills, Dizziness & Daytime Drowsiness.
Diarrhea, Heart Burn, Nausea and/or Upset Stomach.
Mental Disorders: Loss of Concentration, Memory, Depression, Irritability and Panic Attacks.
Deadly Consequences: Hallucinations, Paranoia, Seizures and Heart Attack.
Benzodiazepines are the most commonly used sleep aids. The longer-acting benzodiazepines (such as diazepam and flurazepam) stay in the body past nighttime, causing daytime sleepiness, forgetfulness, and confusion.(4)
If you have taken a benzodiazepine for more than four weeks, do not stop taking the medication suddenly. It is important to work with your physician to taper off the medication gradually to avoid potentially dangerous withdrawal symptoms.
How To Resolve Your Insomnia
There are available treatment approaches that can be used in conjunction with therapies that are specifically aimed towards the underlying medical or psychiatric cause. The treatment of insomnia involves both pharmacologic and non-pharmacologic aspects.
Pharmacologic treatment(5) entails the use of medications such as benzodiazepines, opioids, antidepressants, melatonin and melatonin agonists, antihistamines and atypical antipsychotics. On the other hand, non-pharmacologic treatment approaches(6) include cognitive behavior therapy, attention to sleep hygiene, stimulus control, sleep-restriction therapy, patient education, paradoxical intention and relaxation therapy.
Natural Home Cures offers a holistic approach to treating your insomnia with no side effects. Our Natural Home Cures Freeze Dried Acai Berry capsules may be your best alternative. Acai berry has been shown to have beneficial effects that can help address the problems that potentially lead to insomnia. It is known to be very effective in alleviating pain which is known to be a major contributor in developing insomnia. Moreover, the anthocyanins present in huge amounts in acai berry have antioxidant and inflammatory properties that may prevent inflammation and free radical damage to the brain which can lead to a host of brain disorders that subsequently trigger the onset of insomnia. Finally, anthocyanins may help in the absorption of tryptophan, an essential amino acid. Tryptophan is a precursor to the synthesis of melatonin, a hormone in the brain that is responsible for inducing sleep. Acai berry is nature’s gift to insomniacs, as it may allow them to get rid of the horrors of the condition by having a restorative good night sleep.
Imagine being able to...
Wake up without deep circles under your eyes from lack of sleep!
Increase energy and decrease stress in your life.
Have better concentration, increase cognitive skills & analytical function.
Improve memory and creativity.
Increase work performance with enough energy left over for a night of bliss.
Become more relaxed and fall asleep faster.
Save more money by eliminating prescription sleep aids that do more harm than good.
Increase your feeling of well-being and eliminate personal addictive habits.
This can be you -- starting tonight!
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(1) National Sleep Foundation: Sleep Polls
(2) NY Times: Insomnia Medications
(3) Live Science: Sleep Deprivation
(4) Insomnia - Benzodiazepines
(5) US National Library Medicine - Pharmacological Advances Treatment Insomnia
(6) US National Library Medicine - Non-Pharmacological Advances Treatment Insomnia
- "Insomnia: Definition, Prevalence, Etilogy, and Consequences" American Academy of Sleep Medicine
- "Chronic Insomnia" American Psychiatric Association
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- "Sleep maintenance insomnia: strengths and weaknesses of current pharmacologic therapies". Ann Clin Psychiatry 18 (1): 49–56. doi:10.1080/10401230500464711. PMID 16517453.
- "Oral nonprescription treatment for insomnia: an evaluation of products". Journal of Clinical Sleep Medicine 1 (2): 173–87. PMID 17561634.