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Pardon me for throwing a total curveball at you right now, but isn’t it time for some GOOD NEWS about our health?
I think you’re going to be very glad you discovered this complimentary Newsmax Health Research Report, because it contains very personal news on one specific topic that affects every single person reading this page right now, regardless of where you’re at in life today.
This One Thing
Disease and Accident Risk
By accomplishing JUST ONE THING — getting a better night’s sleep — scientists say you may be able to . . .
STUDY: Sleep loss increases disease risk, shortens life expectancy.
- significantly reduce your risk of disease and accidents
- improve and restore your memory
- transform both your physical and emotional health
- start feeling better immediately
And when I say immediately, I’m talking about feeling better as early as tomorrow morning as your reward for checking out this page. That’s right, I can genuinely promise you overnight results!
So . . . is it a deal? OK, I’m totally glad you’re still with me, because the long-term health advantages of accomplishing the ONE THING we’re about to discuss are even greater than the amazing overnight benefits!
All right, here it is.
Today, we’re going to be reviewing some new scientific discoveries on the topic of sleep. These amazing findings on sleep have recently been reported by highly regarded authorities, including:
Learn the common culprits that rob you of your sleep. And how to beat them.
- Stanford, Harvard, and Cornell universities
- Forbes magazine
- Mayo Clinic
- The Blaylock Wellness Report
These expert reports on sleep have staggering implications to boldly remake every aspect of your health . . .
- How sleep helps you stay mentally sharp at any age
- How better sleep can help you avoid dangerous falls and the painful, life-altering bone fractures they cause
- How sleep may reduce your risk for heart attack and stroke
- How to simply be able to enjoy a dinner with friends, a visit with the grandkids, or an evening at the symphony — all because you got a restful night’s sleep the night before
Sleep, or sex? Survey results will shock you.
Also on this page, I’m going to share with you details about the many culprits that may be denying you a full and restful night’s sleep right now, and very specifically, what you can do about them.
Plus, we’ll look at the bizarre case of one of the world’s leading sleep scientists — a doctor who was severely injured in a sleepwalking accident after personally experimenting with the world’s best-selling sleeping pill.
And to show just how widespread sleep loss is among Americans, six out of 10 of us now say that we crave sleep more than we crave sex.
In fact we’re so sleep-deprived, many admit to actually falling asleep during sex! To turn this all around, let’s get started with fantastic news from the medical experts at the world-renowned Stanford University, home to some of America’s best and brightest researchers.
“Sleep has important connections with all areas of medicine.” — Stanford University professor
According to Dr. Emmanuel Mignot, director of the Stanford Center for Sleep Sciences and Medicine:
“Sleep restores not only the brain but also the entire body . . . and sleep disorders have important connections with all areas of medicine.”
Surprised that a top doctor says that sleep is connected with all areas of your health?
In fact, Stanford University is home to an extensive research center devoted to exploring the amazing role of sleep in every aspect of your overall health.
And one of their recent findings is particularly worth noting.
STUDY: Sleep loss causes memory loss.
It turns out that getting an adequate amount of uninterrupted sleep each night is essential for maintaining a good memory.
This means that any memory loss you may be experiencing is not necessarily the result of simply getting older.
Interruption of your sleep could be the real culprit that’s causing your forgetfulness. Amazing.
But significantly improving your memory with a better night’s sleep is just the beginning of the great news I want to share with you.
Of course you’re probably wondering how to actually get a better night’s sleep, and I promise we’ll get to specific techniques on that very shortly.
This next research finding I have for you is truly remarkable. It comes from Forbes, a magazine typically associated with financial success, not better health. But when your mind is more alert after a good night’s sleep, it certainly follows that you’ll make better decisions about business, or about your own personal finances, doesn’t it?
The Forbes report explains something very gravely serious — that stress and sleep loss are actually proven to shorten your life.
“Much higher stroke risk in the sleep-deprived.”
It’s based on a prominent university study. The scientific conclusion?
Chronic lack of sleep is a shock to your immune system. University scientists say that sleep loss “causes inflammation, elevates blood pressure and heart rate, and affects glucose levels, leading to a much higher stroke risk in the sleep-deprived.”
That’s worth repeating — this university study of more than 5,000 otherwise healthy adults found “a much higher stroke risk in the sleep-deprived.”
Now I promised you that this page would be all about GOOD NEWS, so in just a moment, we’ll get to how you can use all these discoveries to your great advantage with proven steps for improving your own sleep.
But let’s also consider what America’s top-rated hospital, the Mayo Clinic, has to say about the link between your sleep habits and your health.
Mayo Clinic says that sleep is essential to good health. It’s one of your body’s basic needs. Mayo also says that millions of us are trying to get by on too little sleep and that eventually, this behavior will catch up with us.
Mayo reports that individuals who are sleep deprived are at higher risk of accidents or performance problems because of daytime sleepiness.
In addition — quoting Mayo Clinic here — “research indicates that people who don't get enough sleep are often at increased risk of high blood pressure, negative mood, irritability and obesity.”
I trust that these breakthrough discoveries are getting your attention!
Because frankly, I don’t believe that most people have any idea that sleep loss contributes to high blood pressure, or to having to buy a larger pair of jeans.
So far, we’ve learned that major hospitals and universities have definitively linked lack of a good night’s sleep to memory loss, stroke, high blood pressure, being overweight, and being irritable.
Studies reviewed by Newsmax Health even reveal that sleep loss has indeed been shown to dramatically increase your risk of a stroke. In fact, one study says that sleep loss quadruples your risk for a stroke.
This finding is from the University of Alabama at Birmingham. And it also says that three of every 10 Americans are in the group that has four times the risk of stroke due to lack of sleep.
Harvard research: Lack of sleep results in “increased risk of chronic disease.”
Newsmax Health has reviewed several other major studies about sleep and your health, and the findings are dramatic.
Researchers at Harvard University say that the cost of poor sleep is much worse than many people think.
Sleep loss may have profound consequences for our long-term health, they say. Harvard research reveals that people who consistently fail to get enough sleep are “at an increased risk of chronic disease.”
Treating sleep as a priority, rather than a luxury, says Harvard, may be an important step in preventing a number of chronic medical conditions, such as diabetes, high blood pressure, and heart disease — all conditions that may lead to a shortened life expectancy.
European scientists have conducted similar studies, confirming many of these conclusions. A professor from the University of Warwick Medical School in England announced this stunning research finding:
“If you sleep less than six hours per night and have disturbed sleep, you stand a 48 percent greater chance of developing or dying from heart disease.”
You already know that any of these conditions can greatly reduce the length of your life, the quality of your life, or both.
Similar findings about the dire consequences of sleep loss have recently been reported by the National Institutes of Health, the Women’s Heart Foundation, and many other reputable sources.
We can all thank these fine medical institutions and journalists for having done an amazing job documenting the consequences of lack of a good night’s sleep.
But that’s only half the story, because what you really need right now is specific knowledge about how to get a better night’s sleep.
Real Solutions to Sleep Better Tonight
So let’s move this along and talk about actual solutions — real solutions that will help you sleep better starting immediately, and give your body a chance to restore itself from all the serious and potentially life-threatening conditions related to sleep loss.
It turns out that a noted American physician and neurosurgeon has been compiling a list of effective solutions to sleeplessness for many years.
Dr. Russell Blaylock
His name is Dr. Russell Blaylock, and he’s a close friend of Newsmax Health. In his medical practice, Dr. Blaylock devoted a lifetime to treating patients with significant problems of the brain and central nervous system.
His medical training, his intuition, and his experience as an actual brain surgeon treating thousands of patients with challenging neurological issues all pointed him toward adequate, restful sleep as a key component of brain health, and of overall wellness to last a lifetime.
And his interest in sleep began well before any of the studies we’ve been talking about ever came out.
You may know Dr. Blaylock best as editor for the past decade of the renowned Blaylock Wellness Report, with readers in all 50 states, across Canada, and in more than 150 countries across the globe.
Dr. Blaylock has consented to share his insights and specific techniques on how to get a better night’s sleep tonight and every night, since you’ve demonstrated your interest by reading this far.
It’s all contained in his special report called Good Sleep: Stop Insomnia, Reduce Stress, and Boost Your Total Health.
It’s one of three special reports in the Better Sleep Starter Kit that Newsmax Health wants you to have free with today’s special subscription offer.
You’ll get Dr. Blaylock’s entire unedited report — plus two more — with our compliments.
You see, Newsmax Health is on a public health mission to give away over 1 million valuable health reports this year, and this offer is part of that effort.
Thousands of Dr. Blaylock’s readers are already using these secrets to sleep restfully and peacefully every night, and reap the health benefits that go along with that.
You’ll learn that the virtual epidemic of insomnia in America constitutes a financial jackpot for pharmaceutical companies.
They’ve convinced millions of Americans to spend billions of dollars drugging themselves with potent sleeping pills.
The problem with these drugs is that they rarely produce the kind of restful sleep your brain and body crave, and they often plague users with unpleasant side effects including next-day drowsiness, sleepwalking, and confusion — all of which are dangerous and can lead to serious accidents, falls, and broken bones.
SHOCKING: Scientist hospitalized for 7 days when sleeping-pill experiment goes horribly wrong.
A shocking example of this happened to a psychology professor and international expert in sleep disorders who, as reported by CBC News, made the mistake of personally experimenting with the world’s best-selling sleeping pill.
Dr. Rosalind Cartwright is the recipient of the Distinguished Scientist Award from the Sleep Research Society.
When a cough was keeping Dr. Cartwright up one night, she tried taking a cough suppressant and a sleeping pill.
She still does not remember the rest of what happened that night, but when she awoke, there was a dent in her refrigerator that was not there before.
While sleepwalking under the influence of the sleeping pill, Dr. Cartwright apparently fell several times, fracturing her wrist, breaking three ribs, cracking her pelvis and a front tooth, and scraping her elbow, which was bleeding profusely when she awoke.
Dr. Cartwright had to be hospitalized for a week. She threw out the sleeping pills and vowed never to take them again.
Let me reveal more of what you’ll learn in your complimentary copy of Good Sleep: Stop Insomnia, Reduce Stress, and Boost Your Total Health.
Dr. Blaylock tells us that insomnia is far less common in young, healthy people.
Insomnia is closely linked to age, multiplies depression risk 17 times.
As we age, the problem of sleep loss grows, and by midlife it can become overwhelming.
Among the dangerous effects of sleeplessness is becoming 17 times more likely to suffer from chronic depression.
You read that right — 17 times the risk of depression when you don’t get enough sleep.
That finding alone ought to be plenty of reason for you to secure your copy of Dr. Blaylock’s special report on better sleep.
Because even if depression is not a concern for you today, the statistics say that it could become a problem in the future if not dealt with early on.
Dr. Blaylock’s report goes on to discuss the very troubling link between sleeplessness and Alzheimer’s. Given Dr. Blaylock’s background as a leading neurosurgeon, this is critical information for you to receive.
But most importantly, Dr. Blaylock goes into great detail about how to get the sleep you need. He names the fabulous herbal product that has been shown to reduce stress, promote a positive mood, and induce restful sleep.
He names specific vitamins, minerals, and natural supplements — readily available at many stores — that can help you fall asleep and stay asleep without the risks and side effects of sleeping pills from the pharmaceutical industry.
One of them is glucosamine, which you may already be taking to promote joint health. It turns out, Dr. Blaylock tells us, that glucosamine is also a natural sleep aid.
And if you’re one of those who likes to raid the refrigerator for an evening snack, Dr. Blaylock even names the specific food available from your deli that makes the perfect bedtime treat to send you off to dreamland.
Raid the fridge, drift off to sleep.
And since not every remedy is right for every individual, Dr. Blaylock lists a dozen more proven natural remedies for a better night’s sleep.
It’s all yours compliments of Newsmax Health in your free copy of Good Sleep: Stop Insomnia, Reduce Stress, and Boost Your Total Health.
But there’s more for you in the Better Sleep Starter Kit — which you’ll be able to claim in its entirety in just moment.
Your Better Sleep Starter Kit will give you still more proven remedies and specific cures to help reveal and correct the specific cause of your sleeplessness.
A colleague of Dr. Blaylock’s here at Newsmax Health is Dr. Gary Small. An acclaimed psychologist, author, and lecturer, Dr. Small is devoted to discovering and sharing the secrets to unlocking your mind for work, for love, for life.
Get Dr. Gary Small’s better-sleep secrets for work, for love, for life.
It’s not surprising, then, that in order to help his readers, Dr. Small has also researched and written extensively on this critical topic of sleep and sleeplessness.
He has just written his own special report, Sleep Your Way to Better Mental Health.
Newsmax Health asked Dr. Small to allow us to add this report to today’s special offer, and he happily agreed.
So that’s going to be the second free report in your Better Sleep Starter Kit.
In Sleep Your Way to Better Mental Health, you’ll learn that the one-third of your life you spend sleeping — or trying to sleep — has a profound effect on the other two-thirds.
Dr. Small and his wife, Gigi, were discussing this very topic over dinner recently with several friends. One dinner guest volunteered that she’d been losing sleep lately, and several others around the table quickly chimed in that they, too, suffered from bouts of insomnia.
Lucky for them, Dr. Small is an expert on the subject, and was able to offer some valuable advice face-to-face.
Not long after that, Dr. Small wrote down much of that same advice to share with readers of his popular newsletter, The Mind Health Report.
In Dr. Small’s special report, Sleep Your Way to Better Mental Health, you’ll learn how sleep impacts your mind, and what you can do to get a good, refreshing night’s sleep to help recharge your battery to fully enjoy the next day.
You’ll learn about the essential tool you can create yourself to help cure your insomnia.
You’ll learn that simply waking up in the middle of the night can eventually lead to depression. If this has been happening to you, you definitely want to take care of it as quickly as possible.
Dr. Small’s research also confirms the link between sleep loss and memory loss. But the good news, he says, is that when you fix the first problem, the second one goes away automatically.
More GOOD NEWS: Better sleep means better memory.
And this is interesting: Dr. Small explains that during sleep, our brains actually get rid of toxins. This may explain why we feel clear-headed after a good night’s sleep — the toxins have been removed from our brains.
The flip side is that lack of sleep could result in toxins building up in the brain. This would go a long way toward explaining irritability, memory loss, depression, Alzheimer’s, and other cognitive disorders often associated with lack of sleep.
Best of all, Dr. Small shares his six favorite strategies for getting a good night’s sleep.
The nice thing is that his recommendations are all pleasurable, so you’ll actually look forward to them.
Dr. Small’s Sleep Your Way to Better Mental Health is a great companion to your first gift, Dr. Blaylock’s report, Good Sleep: Stop Insomnia, Reduce Stress, Boost Your Total Health.
Newsmax Health has a reputation for making as much information as possible available free of charge, and today’s special offer is no exception.
So we’re adding a third special report to round out this Better Sleep Starter Kit. It’s called Sleep Deprivation: Are You a Victim? It’s based on an interview with a renowned doctor from Cornell University.
Remember, all this is going to be yours free as part of today’s special offer.
Dr. James Maas has studied sleep for more than 45 years. In fact, he coined the term “power nap.” Newsmax Health asked Dr. Maas to fill us in on how much sleep people really need, what happens when we have a shortfall, and what steps can a person take to get ample sleep on a regular basis.
His observations and recommendations are some of the most fascinating, and most valuable, in the Better Sleep Starter Kit.
Dr. Maas is frequently sought out as a compelling guest speaker by educational, business, medical, and professional sports institutions.
These organizations recognize the value of a good night’s sleep in the classroom, in the boardroom, in the operating room, and on the field of play.
For starters, Dr. Maas says you need between seven and nine hours of sleep each night, which is more than many people get.
Dr. Maas has developed a quick and easy checklist you can use to tell if you may be sleep deprived.
Sleep deprivation — are you a victim? Find out in your free report.
For one, if you repeatedly hit the snooze button, you may be sleep deprived.
Dr. Maas’ complete checklist will be yours in your copy of Sleep Deprivation: Are You a Victim?
If you answer “yes” to one or more of the list items, you are probably sleep deprived. So be sure to check it out in your copy of the report. Dr. Maas does not mince words when it comes to the consequences of sleep loss.
Sleep loss places you in great peril. It slows your reaction time and interferes with your ability to think clearly.
These factors could have serious, even deadly consequences.
Think how much better off you’ll be once you put an end to your nightly sleep interruptions, wake up rested each morning, and gain the assurance that your mind is clear and ready for anything life throws at you.
It’s a prescription for greater self-confidence, optimism, and enjoyment of life.
Calculate How Much Sleep You
Personally Need Each Night
Now, this is quite fascinating: Dr. Maas says it’s actually possible to calculate the exact amount of sleep you as an individual really need.
There are only three factors to consider, and the results are very accurate.
Taking a nap can refresh you, as long as it’s not too long . . . or too short.
So once you have your copy of our Better Sleep Starter Kit, you’ll be able to calculate how much sleep you personally need each night.
Dr. Maas also has some very specific advice about napping. He actually recommends naps, but only if it’s one of these two specific lengths.
The report states exactly how long a short nap should be, and how long a long nap should be. Either way, you’ll feel refreshed. A nap that’s in between these two times is actually not good for you! It’s likely to leave you feeling groggy.
Now, here’s probably the simplest and most direct proof so far that too little sleep fogs up your brain.
University researchers asked people to solve math problems both with and without adequate sleep. Now you might think it would not make much difference, but this trial proved otherwise.
Individuals who could answer questions correctly after eight hours of sleep could not answer them correctly after only six hours of sleep.
It’s all documented in Sleep Deprivation: Are You a Victim?, the third and final special report in your Better Sleep Starter Kit.
Remember, there’s no charge for this valuable kit when you accept the invitation you’ve now earned by reading this far.
You’ll recall that the first special report in this kit is written by the esteemed neurosurgeon Dr. Russell Blaylock.
Dr. Blaylock’s keen insights, medical knowledge, and personal perspective are in so much demand, he publishes a monthly newsletter to keep up with all the requests that are made of him by health-savvy individuals across the globe.
Each issue of his Blaylock Wellness Report brings readers information that’s hard if not downright impossible to find elsewhere.
Dr. Blaylock believes that too many people are not getting the best advice for preventing and dealing with cancer, heart disease, diabetes, brain diseases such as Parkinson’s and Alzheimer’s, and dozens of health problems now plaguing men and women everywhere.
Dr. Blaylock rejects any and all funding from the self-serving pharmaceutical industry.
Did you know that many doctors accept enormous so-called “speaker fees” from pharmaceutical giants? According to independent sources, these speaker fees and other direct payments to doctors have totaled over $2.5 billion in the last few years alone.
Dr. Blaylock has another term for these forms of “compensation.” He calls these payouts what they are — shameless bribes, whose only purpose is to get doctors to prescribe more drugs.
Sleep loss can make you irritable. Sleeping pills can leave you worse off. Dr. Blaylock’s readers have better options.
Dr. Blaylock has earned a reputation among his loyal readers as a man of character and faith who also always puts the interests of his readers first.
He cannot be paid off to peddle drugs you don’t need.
He has no deals to sell you the health products he may recommend.
Right now, Dr. Blaylock is offering his newsletter to viewers of this presentation for the low price of about 15 cents a day as part of today’s special offer — even lower if you select the electronic version to receive your issues faster and eliminate mailing costs.
The Blaylock Wellness Report gives you the best cutting-edge science that shows how you can improve your health — and quite possibly live longer, too.
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Summary of Benefits in Your
Better Sleep Starter Kit
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