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Is all that pressure to get enough sleep keeping you awake... or WORSE?

by , 21 June 2019
Is all that pressure to get enough sleep keeping you awake... or WORSE?
You know you need 7-8 hours of quality sleep EVERY night and if you don't get that - you're at risk for a whole host of illnesses...

But all you can do is toss and turn at night, stare at the ceiling and worry... worry... worry...

And the combination of worrying about life, and worrying that your worrying is keeping you from your precious sleep just compounds...

Until you decide you're going to take a sleeping pill...

DON'T DO IT!

Find out why below...

Black warning boxes on sleeping pill bottles...

The FDA - an American "watchdog" that regulates the pharmaceutical drug market and whose decisions spill over to the rest of the world has mandated all sleeping pill bottles carry a black warning box.  

But what's all the fuss about?

Well, there's a whole host of serious issues that come with taking that little pill that knocks you into lumberland for a few hours at night.

Starting with...

When you take pharmaceutical sleeping pills over an extended period of time, your body grows accustomed to the drug. After a while, to get the same effect, you need to higher and higher doses. Problem is, if you take a high enough dose, it can lead to depressed breathing while you sleep, which can result in death. 

Another issue is that people can still have enough of the drug in their bodies in the morning to impair their driving. 

But the bad news doesn't end there...

Revealed: The secret to SEAMLESS, Heavenly sleep!
 
Pharmaceutical sleeping pills can also lead to sleepwalking and amnesia - so you suddenly wake up, and don't know where you are!

Falls are also an issue. In a recent study involving hospitalised patients, those who took sleeping pills were four times more likely to fall than those who didn't take the pills.

And, in a 2012 study published in BMJ Open, researchers found a link between sleeping pills and cancer. While more research is necessary to confirm the nature of this link, it's just something to be aware of. 

But don't let all this bad news add to your worries - there are natural nutrients that will help you sleep without any of these side-effects.

Keep reading to find out what they are... 

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But when Japanese researchers wanted to know WHY these hot temperatures could soothe your body into a deep, restful sleep they were led to…
 
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This natural sleep wonder is wildly different from anything you’ve ever tried.
 
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Night after glorious night.

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Natural solutions for a good night's sleep EVERY night...
 
There's an extract from asparagus that increases the production of a very potent heat sensitive protein in the body called HSP70. It gives you that warm, snuggly feeling that makes you drift off into dreamland. 

It's also been shown to reduce the stress hormone, cortisol, by as much as 80%... Just what you need for a good night's rest. 

L-theanine also helps you relax and soothes away anxiety - all naturally and side-effect-free.

Tryptophan is a precursor to melatonin - the hormone responsible for sleep!  

And, magnesium relaxes yoru muscles and also tackles cortisol.

These natural nutrients can be found in a muti-ingredient formula - and they can finally end your sleepless nightmare for good!

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